More than 200 vulnerable workers working at the Pick ‘n Pay distribution centre in Philippi are currently engaged in a labour dispute with four labour broker companies over their current working conditions. The workers, supported by their labour adviser Nazeema Mohamed, are challenging Pick n Pay and the labour brokers[…]
The University of the Western Cape (UWC) is on lockdown as workers and students barricade all entrances the university with protests for higher wages and an end to outsourcing. Police have tried to disperse protesters with rubber bullets after workers chanted on university premises from all main entrances. Students watched[…]
The University of Cape Town (UCT) could find itself incurring more costs following its “irrational” banishing of outsourcing, according to an economist. This week the university committed to doing away with outsourcing of services, including cleaning and security, after two weeks of protests by students and workers. Economist Chris Hart[…]
The University of Cape Town (UCT) will be discontinuing its outsourcing policy and has officially committed to in-sourcing six of the basic services needed to maintain the institution. This decision comes after UCT management met with the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union this week. UCT’s Vice Chancellor, Dr[…]
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