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  1. Holiday Visa Jobs?
  2. Cabin Crew
  3. Zulu Dancers
  4. Motor Industry Recruitment
  5. Law recruitment agency
  6. Sales Position Cape Town
  7. Working Holiday Visa Question
  8. Medical and Dental Association
  9. Senior Chef De Partie required
  10. Staff need for New Zealand
  11. Salary scales for Service Manager
  12. Position available north west
  13. Java Developers x 20 - Pretoria
  14. Java Testers x 20 - Pretoria
  15. domestic help required
  16. London no job haven, say fed-up nurses
  17. Competency based job interviews
  18. Looking for AutoCAD operators
  19. Req: Professional Chefs, Waiting staff - Fine dining restaurant, Milton Keynes area
  20. Position available- Charger engineer (industrial batteries)
  21. Inspector (machined components) North West UK
  22. Fine-dining restaurant in Milton Keynes (SE) is recruiting for staff.
  23. 2.5 day job on offer - PA
  24. Govt to improve social workers' salaries
  25. MDDA welcomes Manyi's appointment
  26. Job creation requires tough choices
  27. More jobs in the fourth quarter: Stats SA
  28. Citizens eager to hear about job creation
  29. Job creation tops agenda in Limpopo
  30. Women’s role in science under spotlight
  31. Gauteng to create thousands of job opportunities
  32. Youth wage subsidy to start next year - Gordhan
  33. Govt woos retired engineers
  34. SA’s science programme for girls presented at UN
  35. Farm workers get salary rise
  36. Hopes high for tourism to create 225 000 jobs by 2020
  37. 50 Jobs Announced
  38. Taxi industry empowerment on track
  39. EE Act meant to assist disadvantaged groups
  40. City of Joburg creates more jobs
  41. Hope for unemployed youth
  42. Motlanthe calls for partnerships in job creation
  43. Employers, workers urged to fight fair in labour disputes
  44. Samsa to help govt meet job demand
  45. Unemployed FS graduates get practical skills
  46. Rural youth skills programme bears fruit
  47. Zuma, business talk job creation
  48. Job creation sluggish
  49. NYDA maps out plan for job creation
  50. Zuma, premiers meet on job creation
  51. IDC asked to do more for rural job creation
  52. Limpopo Agri dept to create thousands of jobs
  53. Public Works joins forces with FETs
  54. SA marks National Child Labour Day
  55. SA's cultural industry has potential to create jobs
  56. Govt, business urged to meet disabled employment targets
  57. SA sets to eradicate child labour in five years
  58. IPAP to create thousands of jobs
  59. SA youth contribute to job creation
  60. Public servants wage negotiations underway
  61. Creative industries must help economy, job creation
  62. Commissioner lays down the law for trainees
  63. Programme stimulates rural employment
  64. Govt, labour meet on jobs
  65. Increased employment, investment in SAs major cities
  66. Public Works aims high in job creation targets
  67. Zuma marks May Day
  68. SA boosts engineering, technical skills base
  69. Programme to skill, provide jobs for rural youth
  70. Workplace experience important
  71. Job creation a priority in economic policy
  72. Govt commits to fight youth unemployment
  73. Emerging contractors to acquire technical skills
  74. Minister hopes for improved labour relations
  75. Massive drive to increase apprenticeships
  76. Regional inspectorates to enforce mine safety
  77. SA committed to skills development
  78. Job creation tops eThekwini agenda
  79. Speed up women empowerment
  80. Gordhan launches R9bn jobs fund
  81. SOEs must contribute to job creation
  82. Record employers submit tax returns
  83. Labour inspectors target farming industry
  84. Govt to establish 50 000 smallholder farmers
  85. Jobs increase in formal sector
  86. Youth participate in empowerment program
  87. Govt concerned about unemployment
  88. Labour dept ploughs billions into job creation
  89. Back to work for engineering sector employees
  90. Double digit wage increase unreasonable
  91. Lekgotla to assess progress on job creation
  92. CCMA hopeful of petrol, chemical strike resolution
  93. Unemployment rises to 25.7%
  94. Limpopo makes strides in job creation
  95. Ekurhuleni targets to create 180 000 jobs
  96. Energy opportunities for women
  97. New Growth Path brings in jobs
  98. Trade, job creation central to Norway visit
  99. Road shows to assist unemployed graduates
  100. Artisan programme promises jobs for youth
  101. More jobs in formal sector
  102. G20 Labour meeting to focus on job creation
  103. Energy regulations to boost job creation
  104. EPWP figures impressive in KZN
  105. Bogus agents strike job seekers
  106. Unemployment eases to 25%
  107. Zuma positive about jobs for youth
  108. Plant to create 7 000 jobs
  109. Green economy must form part of job creation
  110. More jobs in non-agricultural sector
  111. SEZs to drive regional industrialisation, boost jobs
  112. Kruger Park strike peaceful
  113. Unemployment falls
  114. More jobs created in 2011
  115. Govt skills unemployed for public sector
  116. Amendment bills to address labour broking
  117. Young people urged to become farmers
  118. Agriculture plan to create jobs
  119. Labour reviews private security
  120. Unemployment rises to 25.2 percent
  121. Calls for partnership to curb youth unemployment
  122. Support to curb youth unemployment
  123. National Treasury responds to YCL
  124. Aurora, liquidators don’t turn up
  125. Govt promotes fair labour practices on wine farms
  126. NYDA helps youths find jobs
  127. ILO tackles issue of unemployed youth
  128. Wage increase to cost R30bn
  129. Slight growth in March employment numbers
  130. Unemployed youth take road traffic course
  131. Youth to benefit from intl job placement programme
  132. Wage increase for taxi, hospitality industry workers
  133. Transnet skills development at heart of strategy
  134. Sisulu calls for finalisation of wage negotiations
  135. Sisulu, unions meet to further wage negotiations
  136. Stakeholders join forces to stop child labour
  137. Job centre for unemployed youth launched
  138. Labour Portfolio Committee to hold public hearings on Bills
  139. Pay hikes for public office bearers
  140. Govt, unions agree on 7 percent salary increase
  141. Big opportunity for small Limpopo farmers
  142. Smallholder farms creating jobs for women
  143. Investment project creates jobs in Babelegi
  144. Women in mining to top lekgotla agenda
  145. Mining task force to be set up
  146. Women empowerment draft bill approved
  147. Gautrain bus drivers decline offer
  148. Parliament welcomes public service wage agreement
  149. Govt, mines discuss labour issues
  150. Labour Market Intelligence System launched
  151. Minister commends Woolworths
  152. Employment equity law to be strengthened
  153. SAPS must prioritise hiring people with disabilities
  154. Small firms have key role in creating jobs
  155. President Zuma appeals for peace in Marikana
  156. Growth in June employment numbers
  157. Message of support to striking farm workers
  158. Change conditions of employment
  159. Minimum wage review for farmworkers
  160. Farmworkers return to work
  161. Job creation in SA remains restrained
  162. Smallholder farming key to increase more jobs
  163. Dti withdraws change to BEE codes
  164. Jobs Fund calls for grant applications
  165. Formal sector employment up
  166. Farm employers say proposed wage increase too steep
  167. ECC to consider inputs on farmworkers' wages
  168. Amplats postpones retrenchment of 14 000 workers
  169. Year of the Artisan to assist critical skills shortage
  170. 11 million to be employed by 2030
  171. Remuneration commission welcomed
  172. Public servants will be expected to work harder
  173. EC exceeds jobs target, but challenges remain
  174. Unemployment drops in Gauteng
  175. Govt gears up to meet artisan shortage
  176. Progress on Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Bill
  177. Telkom employees offered early retirement packages opportunity
  178. Department creates employment through learnerships
  179. Marginal improvement in Employment Equity
  180. R10 million project to benefit Bredasdorp
  181. CCMA to facilitate Amplats talks
  182. Specialist recruitment underway
  183. Unemployment, drugs top Youth Month agenda
  184. Labour unrest, high wage demands hamper growth
  185. New factory to stimulate job creation
  186. New lease on life for Ennerdale youth
  187. Polokwane to create more jobs for the poor
  188. Misconception that labour laws affected growth
  189. Transformation needed in aviation
  190. Unemployment Insurance Amendment Bill out for comment
  191. Suspension of mine strike
  192. Tshwane to create 10 000 jobs for unemployed youth
  193. Jobs Fund boosts small-scale sugar farmers
  194. Transnet initiative to help new entrepreneurs
  195. Thousands of jobs created by Rural Development
  196. Cooperative gets R100 000 injection
  197. SAAT concludes wage deal with AUSA
  198. SAAT calls off wage talks with Satawu
  199. Strikes in 2012 reach record high
  200. NEDLAC to meet on economy, jobs
  201. Collective rights to small-scale fishers
  202. Calls for speedy resolution of labour disputes
  203. Govt working to strengthen mining sector
  204. State wage bill is stabilising
  205. Transnet takes in 1 000 learner artisans
  206. Job opportunities for unemployed youth
  207. Coega IDZ wind tower construction on track
  208. Dti programme sustains over 100 000 jobs
  209. Striking mine workers called to end strike
  210. Disability conference to map out plan for jobs
  211. Farm workers get wage increase
  212. State companies contribute to job creation
  213. Dept rejects AMCU's claims of deregistering union
  214. Youth affirm commitment to Employment Accord
  215. CWP to create one million work opportunities
  216. Domestic workers urged to register for UIF
  217. Nguni cattle project gives lifeline to farmers
  218. Pact to upgrade youth skills in local govt
  219. Progress made in addressing the shortage of artisans
  220. Centre to improve services for former mineworkers
  221. EPWP to continue creating job opportunities
  222. Government committed to youth empowerment
  223. Narysec hailed as skills development hub
  224. SA to participate in AU social affairs meeting
  225. Public hearings to review cleaning sector wages
  226. SA unemployment rate rises in first quarter
  227. New training centre to empower black farmers
  228. Premier optimistic at mediation in platinum strike
  229. SAA appoints Manentsa as chief pilot
  230. Ramatlhodi moves in to end mine strike
  231. Mineral Dept will not intervene indefinitely
  232. Deal reached in platinum strike
  233. Metal workers down tools
  234. No job losses at Botshelo Water
  235. Growing jobs through agriculture
  236. Minister to create 6 million work opportunities
  237. Increased support for automotive, clothing sectors
  238. End of metalworkers’ strike
  239. New equity act comes into operation
  240. Education MEC to address student grievances
  241. SACE welcomes report on matric certificate
  242. Government to create 100 black industrialists
  243. Transformation basis of good labour relations
  244. SAPS warn of fake employment opportunities
  245. Labour to host Domestic Workers Imbizo
  246. SA, China sign labour pact
  247. Sanral scoops top employer award
  248. New chocolate plant, a sweet deal for jobs
  249. Strides made to address youth unemployment
  250. UIF on sound footing