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Labour Law South Africa - December 2012

Thursday, 20 December 2012   (0 Comments)
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Trade and industry: No changes to policy
Mail & Guardian Online
"If you're talking about lower wages and relaxed labour laws, South Africa simply can't do that," he said. Davies argued South Africa's organised labour movement would also prevent such a move from happening. "As we have seen in the past year, that is ...

law south africa 2013 changes « Softline Online
Proposed changes to the South African Labour Relations Act (LRA) and the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) are on the cards for 2013 in the wake of ...

NEWS ANALYSIS: SA needs clear vision on economic policies
The reality is that even though international organisations and business say South Africa's existing labour laws are too rigid, new regulations have been passed by the Cabinet that will make it even harder to hire and fire employees. New labour ...

Strikes will continue if businesses don't adapt
Times LIVE
IF BUSINESS continues to apply the same solution framework to labour issues as always, there is every reason to expect the unrest and wildcat strikes experienced by the mining and agriculture sectors this year to spread to other sectors next year ...

CEOs look to halt SA's decline
Mr Mupita said there was an urgent need for more social cohesion and collective action to deal with the challenges facing South Africa. "The challenges are not trivial. We need government, business, labour and civic society aligned in how we tackle ...

Labour Department seeks to tap R1bn from UIF, CF to fund jobs plan
Independent Online
Marotoba said the employment scheme plan arose from the recent hosting by the department of the national job fairs and job summits. Through the initiative,using the ElectronicSystem South Africa, a departmental web database, the department had managed ...

South Africa braced for more protests
The prospect of further protest action has increased dramatically since the announcement last week by the South African labour minister Mildred Oliphant that the government needs much more time to negotiate and agree a new minimum wage structure. Since ...

Social contradictions in South Africa
South African labour laws, a gain of the anti-apartheid movement, are extremely liberal and progressive, protecting workers' rights and unionisation in the workplace. Business, however, considers it too rigid and inflexible and a disincentive to ...

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