The Labour department said it is ‘on the tail’ of companies that do not comply with employment equity policies after filing court papers against Huawei on Friday.
More than 100 jobs have been identified as scarce skills in the country. Foreigners are encouraged to apply for a special work visa.
The sudden death of a young employee at a Chinese internet giant has reignited a debate about the gruelling culture of overtime work in China’s tech industry, with the firm describing his passing as a “wake-up call”.
Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi announced that domestic workers and farmworkers are entitled to 100% of the new national minimum wage.
Jodie Turner-Smith went on a ‘cosmic psychedelic journey’ when she gave birth at her home without at any pain relief.
Cosatu has called on all workers to stay at home on Thursday as the union urges the government to create decent jobs and fix the economy.
Truda Foods has appointed more supervisors
A new study found that working 55 hours or more per week is a serious health hazard and can lead to premature death.
Taxi drivers work at least six days a week, 15 hours a day, with no UIF and pay for petrol, driving permits, licenses and cleaning.
Bradley Govender, a local security officer, went beyond the call of duty to assist a woman who had gone into labour on the streets of Durban.
Seven Chinese nationals face 160 counts, many of them relating to the violation of labour laws in South Africa
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.
The workers will receive a 5.9 percent increase backdated to April this year, and a pro-rata savings towards a 13th cheque, eNCA reported.
The COVID-19 Ters benefit payments were introduced by government after the country went into lockdown
It’s been revealed on Tuesday that the UIF / TERS payments, received by millions of workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, will now continue into August.
The UIF/Ters fund was only intended to operate during the lockdown period, and won’t take applications for financial relief from July.
Nxesi says policing and sticking to these quotas will be hard.
The committee heard that applications from 750 employers for 8958 employees had failed bank verification
Minister Nxesi said that workers who are being exploited should contact the police and will be protected by the Labour Relations Act.
The DA is calling on the Department of Employment and Labour to reopen its main offices so that citizens may claim UIF during lockdown.
The department has cracked the hip on non-compliant retailers who have failed to comply with the rules and regulations of the lockdown.
The N12 highway between Oudtshoorn and Dysselsdorp, was closed on Tuesday 19 November 2019, due to protests over housing and labour disputes.
Has Cyril Ramaphosa made a big mistake here? The DA are fuming with the 62-person delegation to Geneva, who have been accused of wrongdoing.