Former AmaZulu FC and Ukhozi FM employee, Phumlani Dube, says he’s happy to go to court against the PSL club.
The University of Cape Town (UCT) and the UCT Employees Union are set to begin wage negotiations after a deadlock earlier this year.
Negotiations between the University of Cape Town’s management and its largest union deadlocked on Thursday in a matter before the CCMA
Employers have been told to ensure that their staff are fully aware and well informed of the contents of the harassment policies in place
How do companies that are ditching the demand for mandatory Covid-19 vaccines ensure that all employees are happy?
Kgomotso Tshatshu was retrenched a year ago for not getting the COVID-19 vaccine, she has since won a case against her former employer.
The CCMA has ruled that the dismissal of an employee over mandatory vaccine policy was unfair and that they be awarded R279 000 compensation
A candidate attorney took his company to the CCMA for dismissing him through WhatsApp after he refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
In what could be a landmark ruling, the CCMA found that a company’s decision to fire an unvaccinated worker was fair.
Media personality Pearl Thusi has been criticised by tweeps after she alleged her home staff had allegedly stolen from her…
The CCMA dealt with a case in which an employee was dismissed because of a tweet posted in March 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employers and employees are increasingly find themselves balancing what is ‘reasonable’ in the country’s unprecedented life and work circumstances.
Clive Eksteen has declared his intent to take his dismissal by Cricket South Africa to the CCMA.
Possible strike action looming for the security industry.
Senior managers at Eskom have threatened strike action and load shedding if their salary increase demands are not met by the utility.
Following a request from Numsa, the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has offered to mediate in the Lanxess mine protest.
The CCMA have had to try their hand at fighting a fire on their own territory this Monday. The group deny their senior commissioner is behind a racist email.
Goodbye Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Five years after ‘hit the boer’ was sung during a work dispute, the saga has finally been closed by the Constitution Court.
The Somerset West Mugg & Bean store has raised quite a few eyebrows after a concerned customer got the media’s attention about an alleged race-related incident.
Some are finding the situation quite complex.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng somehow is not yet completely irrelevant. Beleive it or not, he is still fighting the SABC. We have all the details…
It’s a grim picture, but one we should have expected according to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.