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The real pain of following statutory process

FRONT of mind this month is the “hot-off-the-bench” interdict of a multi-billion rand project in the Western Cape. The Western Cape Property Development Forum has a stripct policy of not speaking about...

Public sector wage agreement isn’t all good news

SOME are hailing the wage dispute between the Government and the public sector trade unions as a triumph. Cosatu has patted its affiliates on the back for accepting the new deal,...

Public sector wage agreement isn’t all good news

Some are hailing the wage dispute between the Government and the public sector trade unions as a triumph. Cosatu has patted its affiliates on the back for accepting the new deal,...

Eskom warns of electricity supply problems if wage negotiations go south

Embattled power utility Eskom says it will commence its regular wage talks with the company’s recognised labour representative unions starting on 4 May 2021. In a statement on Friday, Eskom said that...

Government to launch minimum wage compliance hotline

Employment and Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi will on Thursday launch a new hotline that will allow workers to report cases of non-compliance with the National Minimum Wage (NMW), at no cost...

Inflation wipes out wage rises

The latest data has shown that average opportunities real term wage increases for 2017 are as flat as they were in 2016. If you’re hoping that your Rand will go just...

Minimum Wage

For the first time in many years there is movement in the labour relations stand-off and that is something to celebrate, says the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “While...

Reaction to the State of the Nation address

General comments: “It is a glaring omission that there was no reference made to the Employment Equity in SA, with respect to the new legislation and the new Codes.” Terry Ramabulana, Partner and...

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