As the strike by petrol attendants and motor industry workers draws out, the labour minister is set to meet workers, says a spokesperson.
Reports of striking Numsa members intimidating non-striking petrol attendants are being discussed with the union, says a motor industry organisation.
The strike by petrol attendants and car repair workers affiliated to Numsa will continue until the union's demands are met, says Numsa's Irvin Jim.
A strike in the motor industry will see thousands of workers -- including petrol attendants -- down tools from Monday.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has called for a swift end to strikes over wage increases, saying talks need not always result in industrial action.
Countrywide strikes by mining, transport and metalworkers has weakened the rand and eroded investor confidence.
Anglo American Platinum, the world's top platinum producer, has said it will shed around 4 800 jobs through its restructuring process.
"Unfounded claims" by Satawu that its strike disrupted SAA operations are false, says the airline, adding that its contingency plans were effective.
SA flights could be disrupted after SAA's technical staff have vowed to go on strike over wages, adding to SA's already sticky labour situation.
Solidarity has threatened to bring Lonmin's operations to its knees if the company does not reconsider its decision to revoke Amcu's recognition.
Trade union Solidarity has boycotted the launch of the mine crime combating forum in Rustenburg in protest, says general secretary Gideon du Plessis.
The NUM and Solidarity have laughed off the wage and living allowance increase put forward, adding to fears over strike action in the sector.
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) is focusing its review of the construction sector on companies who have government contracts.
As rivals Amcu and the NUM circle over mines in a desperate attempt to wrestle power, employers might have to brace for unsettling demands.
Bruising wage negotiations between goldminers and workers look to have stalled after unions declared an official wage dispute.
Many Medupi workers have been sent off site after protests, but the utility was working to get operations back to normal, says Eskom.
A wildcat strike at Eskom's Medupi plant has turned violent, with two cars stoned and unconfirmed reports that they were set alight by protesters.
The National Union of Mineworkers' (NUM) still represents workers at Lonmin, workers were told at a rally in Marikana on Sunday.
About 4 000 South African Transport and Allied Workers' Union members employed by SAA will strike on Thursday, says the union.