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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

our of the SABC journalists who were suspended or faced disciplinary hearings were fired on Monday, possibly because they approached the labour court, their lawyer said. “We will argue [in the court] on

The trade union representing eight journalists who were either charged or suspended by the SABC expects chief operating Hlaudi Motsoeneng to ignore communications regulator Icasa’s ruling that the broadcaster remove its ban on broadcasting protests

Public protector Thuli Madonsela has confirmed that she is following up on a report she compiled two years ago on governance failures at the public broadcaster. This following a number of high-profile changes implemented at the broadcaster recently

The SABC on Sunday refused to confirm the veracity of a union report that the disciplinary hearings of suspended news journalists have been suspended – some indefinitely. “We do not comment on

Almost 100 staff of communications regulator Icasa went on strike on Monday over a pay and human resource policies dispute. Over 70 workers picketed outside Icasa’s head office in Sandton while another 27 staff went on strike

Employees of communications regulator Icasa walked off the job on Monday over various grievances dating back to 2015 that they say have not been addressed by management. The employees have vowed

Telkom has agreed with organised labour not to retrench any workers for the next two years, but in turn workers have agreed to a wage freeze and to a new performance-based system that can earn them extra money. The agreement has been signed

Almost 60 000 employees could lose their jobs in South Africa in 2016, a report by Solidarity trade union revealed in Pretoria on Tuesday. Solidarity’s research shows that employees in the mining industry are hit hardest