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General: NEASA ON RESPONSE TO STATE OF NATION ADDRESS

Dear Neasa memberThe following is a press release that responds to President Jacob Zuma’s state of the Nation address last week.The National Employers Association of S...
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General: TRAINING SEMINAR: LABOUR RELATIONS ACT

Dear Neasa memberThe Plastics Convertors Association of South Africa will be presenting a training seminar. The seminar will focus on the implications the amendment to s198 ...
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Press releases: NO INDICATION FROM GOVERNMENT HOW TO TACKLE UNEMPLOYMENT AND JOB CREATION

The National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA) is disappointed with the fact that President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address lacked a more detaile...
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MEIBC: NEASA ON EXPECTATIONS FROM PRESIDENT ZUMA’S STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

Dear Neasa memberThe following is a press release issued by NEASA’s CEO Gerhard Papenfus on NEASA’s expectations from President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nat...
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Press releases: UNEMPLOYMENT AND JOB CREATION MUST BE THE FOCUS OF PRESIDENT ZUMA’S SONA ADDRESS

The National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA) feels strongly about the fact that President Jacob Zuma should use his State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Thur...
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Press releases: COSATU’S LABELING OF FARMERS IRRESPONSIBLE

The National Employers Association of South Africa deems comments by Cosatu in the Western Cape with regard to farmers irresponsible and insensitive. NEASA took note of news r...
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Press releases: Continued Striking Action Not The Answer

It is clear that the kind of industrial action which South Africa’s currently experiencing in the mining and farming industry, especially in the Western Cape, does not p...
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General: DEDUCTION OF COLLECTION BARGAINING LEVIES ILLEGAL

OPEN LETTER TO THE GENERAL SECRETARY OF THE MEIBCDear ThulaniIt has come to NEASA's attention that the Council's staff are advising non-party employers in the Industry that th...
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General: WAGE DETERMINATION IN THE FARMING SECTOR

Dear Neasa memberThe following is a press release that responds to an announcement on Monday, 4 February 2013, of a minimum wage determination for farm workers.The National Em...
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Press releases: DECISION ON MINIMUM WAGES A DETERANT TO ADDRESSING UNEMPLOYMENT

The National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA) has taken note of the announcement by Labour Minister, Mildred Oliphant, of a R105 per day minimum wage for farmwo...
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