September 01

  • Namibia: Neka Vows Justice for Ndatipo

    New Era

    The Namibian Exile Kids Association (NEKA) says the reason why government is not attending to their long dragged out quest for employment is because there is division in Swapo. Read more »

  • Kenya: Biometric Exercise Exercises Kenya Ghost Workers

    CAJ News

    KENYA President Uhuru Kenyatta has launched a biometric registration of civil servants with a view to rooting out ghost workers in the civil service. Read more »

  • South Africa: COSATU Outraged As Female Hotel Workers Stripped Naked

    CAJ News

    THE Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) called for investigations into reports Sun City security guards stripped female workers and guests naked during searches that... Read more »

  • Sudan: Health Workers Threaten Strike Over Allowances

    Sudan Tribune

    Members of the health workers' union in South Sudan have threatened a strike over allowances and long working hours, unless government intervenes with immediate effect. Read more »

  • South Africa: Govt Explores Sectoral Determination for Garden Services

    The Department of Labour is to conduct hearings in the garden and landscaping services sector to explore extending the sectorial determination. Read more »

  • South Africa: Cosatu and Num to Report Back to Aurora Workers [press release]


    The Congress of South African Trade Unions and National Union of Mineworkers will be giving workers feedback on the case of Aurora and what will happen next after the last court... Read more »

  • South Africa: Adult Literacy Programmes - Our Weapon to Fight Poverty [press release]


    The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in partnership with the Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) will celebrate the International Literacy Day on Saturday, 6 September 2014 to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Mark Commends Jonathan for Reinstating 16,000 Resident Doctors


    Senate President, Senator David Mark has commended President Goodluck Jonathan for reinstating about 16,000 resident doctors that were sacked during the two months nationwide... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Questions Mount Over N282 Billion Pension Funds


    WHEN the federal government began restructuring the pension system through the now defunct Pension Reform Task Team (PRTT) in 2010, it was a new dawn for pensioners who until then,... Read more »

  • Kenya: Uhuru Launches Biometric Registration to Counter Ghost Workers in Civil Service

    The Star

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Monday moved to entrench efficiency and effectiveness in public service by kicking off the biometric registration of civil servants. Read more »

  • South Africa: Labour to Host Domestic Workers Imbizo

    In an effort to improve the lives of vulnerable workers, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant is set to host a Domestic Workers Imbizo to interact with the workers as part of public... Read more »

  • South Africa: Gauteng Speaks Out Against Abuse of Health Workers

    The Gauteng Department of Health has called on patients and their relatives to refrain from abusing health professionals when seeking medical treatment at the province's hospitals... Read more »

  • South Africa: SAMWU Press Conference [press release]


    The South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) invites members of the media to a press conference on the 2nd September 2014 at St Georges Hotel, Irene. The press conference is... Read more »

  • South Africa: SADTU Post NEC Statement [press release]


    The National Executive Committee of The South African Democratic Teachers' Union had its last ordinary session at The Lakes Hotel in Benoni, Gauteng on Friday, 29 August. This... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Mark Excited Over Doctors' Reinstatement

    Daily Independent

    Senate President, David Mark, has expressed appreciation to the Federal Government for reinstating the 16,000 resident doctors sacked during their two months' strike. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Judiciary Workers to Resume Strike October 2

    Daily Independent

    There are strong indications that workers, under the aegis of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), would resume their earlier suspended strike by October 2, 2014. Read more »

  • Kenya: KNUN Demands Nurses Rehired

    The Star

    NURSES in Uasin Gishu county have said they will go on strike from Wednesday to protest the sacking of their colleagues who had been hired on contract. Read more »

  • Kenya: Why Intern Doctors Really Went On Strike [opinion]

    The Star

    Campus life can be difficult, especially financially. After graduation, there are still bills to pay. Now, imagine you have to deal with all these yet you won't receive your salary... Read more »

August 31

August 30

  • Zambia: It's Final... I Was Fired

    Times of Zambia

    WHY do you like arguing? You were not there so just get it from me and believe it. I was fired from the International Institution and this time there is no reprieve, I am out! It's... Read more »

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