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THE NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NYDA) The NYDA was established to meet the need for a structure to represent the various South African youth formations in parliament. Its mandate is to mainstream all youth issues across the government, civil society and the private sector.
Established in 2008 by an Act of Parliament (Act 54 of 2008), the NYDA is the result of a merger between two erstwhile organisations: the Umsobomvu Youth Fund—a government
27 Feb 2018
TRANSFORMING THE FINANCIAL SECTOR: ARE WE ON TRACK? Akona Mlamleli, Head of Transformation at 27four Investment Managers reflects on the challenges and opportunities in changing the makeup of the South African financial sector
Transformation in the asset management industry is moving at a snail’s pace, as was reported in the recently published 2017 BEE.conomics survey. An entrenched oligopoly and
27 Oct 2017 - A. M.
UNDERSTANDING THE HR FUNCTION IN AN ORGANISATION The strategic role of Human Resources (HR) in organisations has always been a significant aspect of the success of every organisation
In recent times, with the expectations of greater personal expression in the workplace, and the ever accelerating change in the workplace the demands on HR have become more
17 Oct 2016
Consumer Protection Act for Entrepreneurs Seven Critical Clauses of the Consumer Protection Act for Entrepreneurs
The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (CPA) applies to the supply of all goods and services (including all role-players in the supply chain), as well as to the promotion and
07 Jul 2016
RISK MANAGEMENT Managing risks associated to strikes critical for SA business
The on-going riots and labour disruptions in the platinum industry is causing South African businesses to continually feel the impacts of strikes, which is damaging economic
02 Jun 2014
Change in share of benefits from economic growth Capital’s share on the up and labour’s declining
For half a century, post World War II, the division of the spoils of economic growth between labour and capital remained stable.
23 Jul 2013 - J. L.
Tough times ahead on labour front ANC/Cosatu relationship in urgent need of review
The intimate relationship between the governing African National Congress and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) since the run-up to the first fully democratic elections in 1994.
16 Jul 2013 - P. C.
Politics, labour holding business hostage Between rock and a hard place
The announcement by Anglo American Platinum of its latest restructuring plans has again underscored the level of political and labour pressure with which businesses have to contend.
28 May 2013 - S. T.
Battle for union dominance continues Labour puts mining sector under siege
The violent turf wars between rival mining unions in South Africa continue to strangle the platinum sector. Now the fight for dominance threatens to turn wage negotiations into a costly cycle of radical demands
28 May 2013 - S. T.
Minimum wage in focus Debate on need for a national minimum wage gains momentum
The debate continues on whether South Africa should have a national minimum wage and, if so, at what level should it be pegged.
05 Apr 2013 - S. T.




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