The Democratic Alliance in Limpopo is urging the EFF to start constructive discussions with the owners of ZZ2 farms in Limpopo. The EFF led a protest action outside ZZ2 offices on Saturday, outside Magoebaskloof, as part of its Labour Day Activities.
Ramaphosa says a temporary Trips waiver of vaccine patents will allow developing nations more speedy and equitable access to vaccines.
As South Africa commemorates Workers' Day or May Day today there is growing curiosity on whether the workforce of the future will continue to reflect the dramatic shift in the global business landscape that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns.
Many of the country's political parties believe there is little to celebrate on May Day this year.
Security is tight at the entrance of the ZZ2 farm's offices along the R81 in Moeketsi, outside Modjadjiskloof in Limpopo, where members of the EFF are demonstrating to observe the Workers' Day.
As the world celebrates workers' achievements, the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) has raised concerns over what it terms, capitalism’s tendency to reduce costs of production and maximise profit.
SA's biggest labour federation, Cosatu, is holding a virtual May Day celebration instead of a rally due to COVID-19 restrictions.
This day is observed to celebrate the achievements of the workers and to spread awareness about the exploitation that the workers face.
The South African government has identified jobs and skills that are in high demand across business sectors at a national level.
The Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 was enacted to among other things, promote and facilitate collective bargaining at the work place and at the sectoral level.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in job losses across the deepened South Africa's unemployment crisis.
Worker’s Day is observed annually in South Africa to celebrate workers’ rights.
South Africans will celebrate Worker’s Day on Saturday.