MTN South Africa plans to restructure its finance division, with possible layoffs to follow, a move that has been severely criticised by trade union Solidarity.
South Africa’s upstart lenders are leveraging their low-cost advantage to challenge the dominance of bigger and more established rivals, according to a report.
Eskom management is increasingly blaming staff in public for load shedding, but fails to provide the basics for them to keep the lights on, according to trade union Solidarity.
Trade union Solidarity has slammed Telkom over its plan to cut up to 3 000 jobs, or 20% of its 15 000-strong workforce, describing the move as “reckless” and “merciless”.
In a damning judgment, a full bench of the high court, headed by judge Elias Matojane, has ruled against Brian Molefe, Eskom and the minister of public enterprises in a case brought by the Economic Freedom Fighters, the
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) says it has suspended a strike against Telkom. Hundreds of Telkom workers have been on strike for over a month as they demand an 11% salary increase, six months’ maternity leave, gain-sharing and
The deadlock in the Eskom wage negotiations has been broken following a 14-hour marathon wage negotiation process, averting a potentially costly strike for the already ailing South African economy
Capitec Bank is generally the cheapest bank for the needs of most people, despite strong competition from other banks, according to Solidarity’s 2016 Bank Charges Report. As a result of strong competition in the basic
Four journalists from the SABC have been refused entry into work at the broadcaster’s Johannesburg offices, despite the labour court ruling that their dismissals were unlawful. The SABC on Wednesday
The case of four axed SABC journalists was postponed in the labour court in Johannesburg on Thursday to allow the broadcaster time to file court papers. Judge Robert Lagrange postponed the