Media Statements

 

  
  
LRA provides protection against victimisation of workers – Employment and Labour Minister, Nxesi23/09/2022
A career exhibition hosted by Brits Labour Centre in partnership with Bapo Ba Mogale Administration in the North West attract scores of youth and work-seekers. 23/09/2022
Time to change the architecture of Labour Relations Act – Judge of the Labour Court22/09/2022
Registering occupational injury claims on Comp-Easy makes life easier for employers says Department of Employment and Labour20/09/2022
Temporary closure of Giyani labour centre due to non-compliance20/09/2022
All domestic workers are entitled to be paid according to the National Minimum Wage17/09/2022
Employment and Labour cautions work seekers to refrain from sending acquaintances to submit job applications on their behalf15/09/2022
Employment and Labour calls for employers to educate their employees on their harassment policies15/09/2022
National Minimum Wage (NMW) Commission is inviting written representation before adjustments for 2023 13/09/2022
Employment and Labour calls for employee and trade union workplace activism to address harassment in the workplace 13/09/2022
Finding a social compact is work in progress – Employment and Labour Minister, Thulas Nxesi09/09/2022
A Giyani Primary School partly closed due to non-compliance – Employment and Labour09/09/2022
Unwanted conduct diminishing the dignity of another constitutes harassment in the workplace – Employment and Labour08/09/2022
The Public Employment Service unit, a burden relief tool for employers – Employment and Labour08/09/2022
The two-day seminar on municipal compliance with Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act came to an end with practical demonstrations on using the Fund’s systems. 07/09/2022
Verification, assessment and interview of the candidates in the DHA digitisation project underway – Department of Employment and Labour06/09/2022
Municipalities cautioned to comply with the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act or face penalties - Employment and Labour (NW)06/09/2022
UIF receive report on the performance of the fund’s investment portfolio ending June 202206/09/2022
Department of Employment and Labour warns of ‘confidentiality’ when dealing with harassment cases01/09/2022
Newly amended Employment Equity (EE) Act to aid workplace transformation in SA to come into operation on 01 September 202331/08/2022
Employer(s) should give due consideration to the granting of additional paid sick leave in cases of serious harassment31/08/2022
Inform your employees about the contents of your harassment Policies-Department of Employment and Labour31/08/2022
Employment and Labour hosts annual Employment Equity workshop at eMalahleni in Mpumalanga30/08/2022
Workplaces should be made conducive to conduct work free from harassment – Department of Employment and Labour, and Commission for Conciliation Mediation30/08/2022
Department of Employment and Labour says the Code of Good Practice on the prevention and elimination of harassment in the workplace is the responsibility of both employer and employee 30/08/2022
UIF urge employers to correct covid-19 TERS errors to enable payments to their workers – KwaZulu-Natal30/08/2022
Department of Employment and Labour urges domestic workers to report employers not complying with the National Minimum Wage29/08/2022
A career exhibition hosted by Lichtenburg and Potchefstroom Labour Centres in the North West attracted over 500 youth and work-seekers. 29/08/2022
Employment and Labour urge employers to take collective responsibility to transform the workforce in all occupational levels24/08/2022
Employment and Labour say zero tolerance for harassment at the workplace23/08/2022
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