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Contract mining: The good, the bad and the ugly -

11/09/2018  The Labour Broker phenomenon. The South African mining industry’s inability to create sustainable jobs is caused by complex challenges. Labour broking, casualisation, the sub-contracting of work ...

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A Guide To Labour Hire For The Mining Industry Blue ...

Skilled Blue Collar Workers Ready and Available for the Mining Industry. Mining operations require multitudes of workers with a vast variety of skills, attributes and experience. A labour hire company that includes mining as a specialist area of focus and expertise will have a full roster of suitably skilled workers

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(DOC) the impact of labour relations in the mining sector ...

Conclusion It is evident that the mining sector has been surrounded by a lot of labour unrest owing tothe imbalanced labour policies in the industry and mismanagement of labour matters. Nevertheless, critical challenges remain in terms of monitoring the commitments of mining companies in dealing with labour related matters in industry. REFERENCES Abrahams, S. (2012). South Africa's Lonmin Marikana

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Transformation is the Casualty of Labour Broking in the ...

26/03/2013  MTS has been to-date, advising its clients to more effectively manage their labour broker contractors within their Social and Labour Plan (SLP) compliance processes (planning and reporting). This enables a core focus to be retained by the mining right holder and very largely, permanent core business contractors.

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The Use of Labour Brokers Labour Guide

The labour broker would also need to be registered as an employer in that industry. Third, where the labour broker and the client are jointly and severally liable for breaches by the labour broker of certain wage regulating measures, the worker may institute proceedings against either the labour broker or the client or against both. An order made against one may be enforced against the other, even it seems, if

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Labour broking and outsourcing - Deloitte

“casual” workforce through labour brokers, which are agencies that provide these workers for a short period of time. Labour broking may also be defined as a form of subcontracting, where definite services are procured from an outside supplier (i.e. labour brokers). The International Labour Organization (ILO) categorises subcontracting into job

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Labour broking: To ban or to regulate? - NewsDay Zimbabwe

18/04/2012  Labour brokers mainly target the unskilled and semi-skilled employees in the fishing, retail and mining industries. The Namibian Labour Act Number 11

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Labour Employment Issues In The Mining Sector ...

31/03/2020  In 2018, 2,115 critical injuries were reported to the Ministry of Labour — 1,760 of those were industrial, 324 were in construction, and 31 were in the mining sector. The top safety issues most recently identified by the Ministry of Labour in the mining sector are: Conveyors; Traffic management

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Artisanal mining - Wikipedia

The overall pool of miners, that is, of men who identify as miners and wish to work in mining, includes many who are partially employed, employed by labour brokers, outsourced workers, and other part-time or unemployed miners who often live in

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The Labour Relations Amendment Act, 2014 and non

16/01/2015  Thus, for example, workers supplied to a client operating in the mining industry are therefore engaged in the mining industry. This means also that

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Facing the Facts: Labour Brokers in SA’s economy -

01/02/2011  average pay rates vary from R8.00 per hour in the agricultural sector to R430.00 per hour in the mining sector; 93% of labour brokers provide some sort of employee assistance programme to their ...

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The Marikana Massacre: A Historical Overview of the Labour ...

mine workers downed tools in the mining industry demanding better wages. The ineffectiveness of the labour movements and the continued ‘finger pointing’ contributed to the collapse of unity within the workers entity. Sthembiso Msomi (2012: 4) wrote in the Sunday Times that

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ATC100323: Report Public Hearings on Labour

26/08/2009  Labour brokers mainly dominant in mining industry; No benefit for people working under labour brokers; Labour broking must be banned because it exploits workers; The President of Association for Nursing Agencies in SA . Health care is in turmoil; There are huge vacancies in the health care industry

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Silence far from golden for child labourers in the mines ...

20/05/2016  Agaba* is one of 15,000 children believed to be working in Uganda’s gold mining sector. Like many 15-year-olds, he enjoys films and football; unlike most, he works up to 11 hours a day.

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Labour brokers and their clients: who is the employer ...

A particularly controversial amendment which affects the labour broking industry and which required clarification, centred around the ‘deemed employee provisions’ in the new section 198A(3)(b) which section provides that an employee of a labour broker earning below the threshold will be deemed to be the employee of that client if the employee is assigned to that client for more than three ...

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The best 10 Labour Brokers 2021 - Africa - African Advice

Labour Brokers. Lad Brokers (PTY) Ltd. Lad Brokers (PTY) Ltd. Address: St Andrews Rd, Parktown, Gauteng, 2193, South Africa, Johannesburg. See full address and map. Categories: Labour Brokers. Capacity Outsourcing (PTY) Ltd. Capacity Outsourcing (PTY) Ltd. Address: Eastern Cape, 6001, South Africa, Port Elizabeth.

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Child Labour in the Mining Industry - Spartacus

According to research carried out at the beginning of the 19th century showed that children who worked in the industry spent most of their life underground: "In 1800 the working day for small boys started at 2 a.m., when the caller-out came round. They were down the pit by three o'clock and did not return until after eight at night. They spent the time minding a door. As pits went deeper, and underground

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Labour brokerage workers to become full employees

Labour brokerage workers to become full employees after three months. Employees hired via labour brokerage firms will be entitled to benefits if they remain employed by a company for more than ...

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The Use of Labour Brokers Labour Guide

Thus, for example, workers supplied to a client operating in the mining industry are therefore engaged in the mining industry. This means also that a labour broker may have workers in different industries or sectors. Related to this is the new provision that a trade union may seek organizational rights in respect of the labour broker’s own employees either in in the labour broker’s own ...

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Artisanal mining - Wikipedia

The overall pool of miners, that is, of men who identify as miners and wish to work in mining, includes many who are partially employed, employed by labour brokers, outsourced workers, and other part-time or unemployed miners who often live in informal settlements around the large mines.

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Media release: Statistics South Africa presents the

29/03/2017  Total employment (mine employees, employees of subcontractors and employees through labour brokers) in the mining industry declined from 538 000 in 2012 to 490 000 in 2015 (a loss of 48 000 jobs). The biggest losses in jobs were recorded in ‘mining of gold and uranium ore’ (a loss of 40 000 jobs), followed by ‘mining of platinum group metal ore’ (a loss of 7 800 jobs) and ‘other stone

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ATC100323: Report Public Hearings on Labour

26/08/2009  Labour brokers mainly dominant in mining industry; No benefit for people working under labour brokers; Labour broking must be banned because it exploits workers; The President of Association for Nursing Agencies in SA . Health care is in turmoil; There are

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Labour brokers ruling will encourage industry renewal ...

A study by Bhorat, Cassim and Yu1 estimated that the TES subsector created 6.4% of South African employment in 2013, more than agriculture (5.1%), utilities (0.9%) and mining (3.1%). In the mid-nineties, the Labour Relations Act was promulgated to resolve issues around what was previously termed “casual labour”. This period coincided with the rise of globalisation. South Africa faced

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How to use Labour Brokers – risk free for companies in

Promote the utilisation of accredited labour broker companies in the industry; and; Attempt to regulate the labour broker sector in more a positive and effective manner. Management should utilise the services of these accredited broker companies. SEIFSA will keep members informed of the names of these accredited companies. Recommended Management Action. SEIFSA believes that proper use of

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Labour brokers and their clients: who is the employer ...

A particularly controversial amendment which affects the labour broking industry and which required clarification, centred around the ‘deemed employee provisions’ in the new section 198A(3)(b) which section provides that an employee of a labour broker earning below the threshold will be deemed to be the employee of that client if the employee is assigned to that client for more than three ...

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Labour broking changes may affect construction industry

Labour broking changes may affect construction industry. There is a huge market for labour broking or temporary employment services in construction and engineering in South Africa, due to the short-term nature of contracts – but this is now at jeopardy after a recent

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Labour brokerage workers to become full employees

Labour brokerage workers to become full employees after three months. Employees hired via labour brokerage firms will be entitled to benefits if they remain employed by a company for more than ...

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Child Labour in the Mining Industry - Spartacus

According to research carried out at the beginning of the 19th century showed that children who worked in the industry spent most of their life underground: "In 1800 the working day for small boys started at 2 a.m., when the caller-out came round. They were down the pit by three o'clock and did not return until after eight at night. They spent the time minding a door. As pits went deeper, and underground

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