Department Of Labour in all provinces. The Department of Employment and Labour is the department of the South African government responsible for matters related to employment, including industrial relations, job creation, unemployment insurance and occupational health and safety.
The Department of Employment and Labour will strive for a labour market that is conducive to investment, economic growth, employment creation and decent work.
The Department Of Labour will play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through a set of policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners, which are aimed at:
- Improved economic efficiency and productivity
- Employment creation
- Sound labour relations
- Eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace
- Alleviating poverty in employment
Department of Labour in all provinces
Contact Details and Addresses For Department Of Labour
- Department Of Labour Cape Town
Address: 120 Plein St, Western Cape, 8001, South Africa, Cape Town. See full address and map.
021 466 7160
- Department Of Labour Free State
Address: 37 Louw St, Bethlehem, 9701, South Africa, Free State.
058 303 5293,, Fax: 058 303 4100
- Department Of Labour Mpumalanga
Address: Cnr. Hofmeyer St & Nyabela St, Del Judor, Emalahleni, 1034, South Africa, Mpumalanga.
013 655 8700
- Department Of Labour North West
Address: Std232, Taung Station, Taung, 8580, South Africa, North West.
053 994 1679
- Department Of Labour Gauteng
Address: Osmium St, Carletonville, 2499, South Africa, Gauteng.
018 788 3281
- Department Of Labour Western Cape
Address: Morgenster Shop Ctr, Morgenster Rd, Mitchells Plain, Mitchell’s Plain, 7785, South Africa, Western Cape.
021 376 1771
- Department Of Labour Northern Cape
Address: 82 Bird St, Beaufort West, 6970, South Africa, Northern Cape.
023 414 3427
Department Of Labour treat employees with care, dignity and respect. Regulate the South Africa labour market for a sustainable economy through Appropriate legislation and regulations and the Provision of Employment Services.
Helping workers in vulnerable sectors through UIF’s normal benefits and it Increases in the General Efficiency and Income: Welfare facilities make the workers happy and content both at home and the factory and it brings improvement in their general efficiency. Their efficiency and productivity may not be up to the mark if they are not relieved of their domestic worries like poor housing, unsanitary conditions etc. Once they are relieved of these worries, they work with full zeal and enthusiasm.