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Media release Strike-prone mining companies in South Africa should consider labour outsourcing
Labour outsourcing has become a necessity in South Africa as many industries are held to ransom by organised labour.
27 Sep 2017
Skills development Why we Should Nurture Young Talent for Career Success in SA’s Mining Industry
Across South Africa there is an ever-increasing demand for young graduates entering the mining services industry to have both the educational skills and the practical experience that is required for them to....
23 Jun 2016
RISK MANAGEMENT Managing risks associated to strikes critical for SA business
The on-going riots and labour disruptions in the platinum industry is causing South African businesses to continually feel the impacts of strikes, which is damaging economic
02 Jun 2014
Labour strategies Mines, state must unravel migrant labour
Strategies to resolve South Africa’s mining milieu will need to include drastic moves towards a settled labour force and a pro-active dismantling of the migrant labour system.
28 Aug 2013
One step away from mining accord Mothlanthe says Amcu could sign
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe is confident that the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union will join the other stakeholders in signing a pact to bring stability to the country's mining industry.
08 Jul 2013 - S.
South African Economy Zuma tries to alleviate concerns, promises growth
The Presidency will be taking a hands-on approach and working closely with its social partners and government departments to boost confidence in South Africa's economy, according to President Jacob Zuma
13 Jun 2013 - S.
Labour news Wildcat strikes hurt the poor: Zuma
Trade union leaders should engage with their members to avert unnecessary labour action, President Jacob Zuma said, adding that illegal or "wildcat" strikes were no way to advance the interests of members.
28 May 2013 - S.
Politics, labour holding business hostage Between rock and a hard place
The announcement by Anglo American Platinum of its latest restructuring plans has again underscored the level of political and labour pressure with which businesses have to contend.
28 May 2013 - S. T.
Rand falters as outside assets soar Investors look beyond borders
The year ahead will be a tough one for investors looking to achieve inflation-beating returns, while the Rand devaluation makes international assets look more attractive.
05 Feb 2013


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