Amcu members instruct the union to accept CCMA deal

The end might be nigh for the nearly 4months long protracted strike between union AMCU and Sibanye Stillwater at their gold operations. AMCU members have mandated the union to accept the settlement agreement put forward by South African Mediation Association, the CCMA. The union’s President Joseph Mathunjwa joins CNBC Africa for more.

Sacked Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama goes to court

Transnet fired its CEO, Siyabonga Gama, whilst an arbitration process was due to begin. Last Friday the labour court ordered both the company and Gama to go through arbitration prior any further move. Joining CNBC Africa for more is CCMA Convening Senior Commissioner, Marius Kotze.

Why changes to South Africa’s labour laws are an assault on workers’ rights

Carin Runciman | University of Johannesburg The biggest changes to South Africa’s labour laws since 1995, shortly after the country’s first democratic elections, are currently being considered by parliament. If passed into law, they...

The pitfalls of resignation – Is your company required to take you upon retraction of resignation?

Andre Van Heerden and Jacques van Wyk, Werksmans Attorneys    Issue If an employee resigns, then decides to retract her resignation but her employer refuses to allow her to do so, has the employer, in so doing,...