According to the SAGRA Employer Survey, graduate vacancies are set to increase by 9.8% in 2014. However, despite recruiters continuing to receive record volumes of applications for graduate roles, we ...
On Monday we reported that Alide Dasnois, editor of the Cape Times, was sacked. According to new reports, Alide Dasnois is now weighing her legal options after being abruptly relieved of her post as editor.
The Department of Labour (DoL) is being taken to court for failing to adhere to its own rules. The court case is tied with the Johannesburg Labour Centre, housed in the Nedbank Mall building on Commissioner Street that was closed for a second time last month after workers refused to work there.
Basic education minister Angie Motshekga has released the Annual National Assessment (ANA) results. These show that while there is still room for improvement, some progress is being made in improving learner aptitude in literacy and numeracy in the lower grades, reports Bizcommunity.
South Africa is well known for its high unemployment rates especially among the youth. In an attempt to reduce this, government has proposed the implementation of the Employment Tax Incentive (ETI) scheme to encourage businesses to employ young people. The bill was adopted and the proposed implementation date is set as 1 January 2014. In practical terms, this means that the employer will receive an incentive for employing youths, subject to certain conditions, which will be in the form of a reduced monthly PAYE liability.