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2014/12/17 09:34
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Laws that stop employers from giving people work must be repealed, writes Temba Nolutshungu. During the apartheid era, South Africans were told by the government: “If you’re black, you may not work...
2014/12/17 09:34
2014/12/17 09:34
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2014/12/08 22:29
2014/12/08 22:29
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Speaking at an event to examine different ideological perspectives - left, right and centre - on building a more inclusive South African economy, Ann Bernstein of the Centre for Development and...
2014/12/05 06:34
2014/12/05 06:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAMetro police conduct a search for illegal narcotics at Walmer Secondary School in Cape Town. The writer says violence in government schools is on the rise and closures abound, while...
2014/12/02 18:29
2014/12/02 18:29
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The Congress of South African Trade Unions welcomes the Johannesburg Labour Court's dismissal of an attempt by the National Employers' Association of SA (NEASA) to stop the Metal and Engineering...
2014/12/01 18:03
2014/12/01 18:03
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Freedom from fear of eviction needs land reform not title deeds Tenure security in South Africa needs land reform not title deeds, this is because the complex reality of land rights and property...
2014/12/01 09:29
2014/12/01 09:29
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Birthdays are a time for celebration, and the Congress of South African Trade Unions has much to celebrate on its 29th birthday on 1 December 2014 - almost three decades of struggle to free workers...
2014/11/28 09:29
2014/11/28 09:29
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Textile worker in a factory (file photo). Wages should be regulated, but minimum wages should be set at levels that do not destroy jobs, write Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass. Most contributions...
2014/11/17 13:03
2014/11/17 13:03
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During South Africa’s platinum miners’ strike that ended in June this year, I was puzzled by union members who suggested they’d rather be unemployed than earn what they described as a “low wage”. I...
2014/11/17 05:15
2014/11/17 05:15
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The suggested national minimum wage for South Africa is significantly higher than most of its counterparts in the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India and China), other developing economies and its...
2014/11/17 05:15
2014/11/17 05:15
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The decision to expel the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) may be described as the end of an era, but what the numbers show is that trade unionism in South Africa has been...
2014/11/16 07:34
2014/11/16 07:34
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Independent MediaCosatu president Sdumo Dlamini faces more fallout from the Numsa upheaval. Cosatu’s slow and painful fracture does not bode well for the future of SA labour relations, which are...
2014/12/17 09:34
2014/12/17 09:34
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