Executive Salaries in South Africa: Who Should have a Say on Pay? was launched at UCT on Monday 5th May. In the book, published by Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd, Kaylan Massie and Debbie Collier, from the Institute of Development and Labour Law, together with financial journalist, Ann Crotty, examine current trends in executive pay against the back-drop of the extreme levels of income inequality in the South African labour market. Mindful of the social dysfunction and economic inefficiency sustained by income inequality, the book explores multiple ways to begin to address the problem and to give a voice to the multiple stakeholders affected by the prevailing remuneration policies in South Africa.
Response by the Labour and Enterprise Policy Research Group (LEP), University of Cape Town, to the SABC article under the headline “SA labour laws led to massive job loss: ILO” published on 27 January 2016
The IDLL has been in the media frequently over the past months. Below is a list of media coverage and articles.
The report "Farm Workers’ Living and Working Conditions in South Africa: key trends, emergent issues, and underlying and structural problems", commissioned by the International Labour Organisation, was officially released on 21 July.
The research for the report was conducted by four South African Universities under the guidance of Margareet Visser of the Labour and Enterprise Policy Research Group (LEP), Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town, and Dr Stuart Ferrer, Director of the Agricultural Policy Research Unit, School of Agricultural, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal.