Labour

Security industry still in trouble

3 months ago - 24 August 2018 | Labour

A threatened protest by members of the Namibian Independent Security Union (NISU) against a government contract with a security company accused of not paying minimum...

Labour

Ongwediva focuses on community development

3 months ago - 24 August 2018 | Labour

Over the last three financial years, the Ongwediva Constituency in the Oshana Region has spent N$4 million on community development projects.The money was used to...

Labour

Maternity leave revisited

3 months ago - 21 August 2018 | Labour

The government is considering extending paid maternity leave from 12 to 14 weeks.Unam economics professor Omu Kakujaha-Matundu says ÔÇťanything that will strengthen the support to...

Labour

Charcoal industry sets minimum wage

4 months ago - 16 August 2018 | Labour

Namibian charcoal producers have agreed on a minimum wage for their workers, in addition to a basic standard of living conditions and the provision of...

Labour

Shoprite saga sparks living wage...

4 months ago - 10 August 2018 | Labour

Shoprite has been urged to allow its workers to freely join trade unions, with the Trade Union Congress of Namibia (Tucna) saying failure to do...

Labour

Look beyond retrenchments, mines minister...

4 months ago - 09 August 2018 | Labour

The minister of mines, Tom Alweendo, feels that mining companies should not automatically consider retrenchments when they are struggling but should also look at other...

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