• Thursday, September 03 2015
  • JSE Sens
Cyril Ramaphosa. Picture: SOWETAN

Minimum wage negotiations proceeding well, says Ramaphosa

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says negotiations involving government, business and labour are proceeding well and parties have agreed on its definition

Mining industry, unions and government agree on plan to stem job losses

Platinum. Picture: REUTERS

Three weeks of talks result in series of joint programmes, including commitment from government to establish fund to assist in retraining retrenched workers

Ramaphosa initiates talks on strike ballots and pickets

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa briefs the media on the new e-tolls dispensation on Wednesday.  Picture: GCIS

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa initiates talks on violent and prolonged nature of strikes as well as wage inequality

Unions welcome approval of mining agreement

Ngoako Ramatlhodi.  Picture: MARTIN RHODES

Mining industry, unions and government sign broad plan to stem a wave of job losses from commodity price rout, labour instability and soaring costs

Irvin Jim decries state incoherence

Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim says the government’s lack of a plan to save the struggling economy is leading to job cuts in the steel-making sector, where ArcelorMittal is to retrench workers. Picture: GALLO IMAGES/LEON SADIKI

Numsa head blasts state for lack of coherent economic agenda as ArcelorMittal launches retrenchments process


More headlines


Standard Bank
  • All Share : 50185.92
    Change: 1.94%
    Top 40 : 44643.54
    Change: 2.16%
    Financial 15 : 16235.09
    Change: 0.91%
    Industrial 25 : 64916.19
    Change: 2.22%
    Resource 10 : 35668.06
    Change: 3.28%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
    Data supplied by Profile Data
  • FTSE 100 : 6166.15
    Change: 1.36%
    Dow Jones Industrial : 16351.38
    Change: 1.82%
    All Share : 50185.92
    Change: 1.94%
    ASX All Ordinaries : 5048.7
    Change: 0.00%
    S&P 500 index : 1948.86
    Change: 1.83%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
    Data supplied by Profile Data
  • ZAR/USD : 13.6102
    Change: 1.14%
    ZAR/GBP : 20.7638
    Change: 0.99%
    ZAR/EUR : 15.2931
    Change: 1.28%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.1128
    Change: 1.35%
    ZAR/AUD : 9.5511
    Change: 0.86%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
    Data supplied by Profile Data
  • N/A : 1124.54
    Change: -0.83%
    Platinum US$/oz : 1006.48
    Change: -0.88%
    Silver US$/oz : 14.63
    Change: -0.41%
    Palladium US$/oz : 584.93
    Change: -0.18%
    Brent Crude : 50.48
    Change: -0.14%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
    Data supplied by Profile Data