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Numsa, fuel association reach wage agreement
Numsa, fuel association reach wage agreement
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the Fuel Retailers' Association (FRA) have reached an agreement in wage...
SA autoworkers to discuss pay demand amid strike
SA autoworkers to discuss pay demand amid strike
South African autoworkers will meet on Thursday to discuss revising pay demands. The central committee of the National Union of Metalworkers...
New petrol pricing move fuels debate
New petrol pricing move fuels debate
A big shake-up in the structure of the petrol price in South Africa will take effect this year, but the move is not expected to offer much relief...
Motor industry strike starts
Motor industry strike starts
Members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) working at petrol stations, workshops and motor dealerships downed tools on...
Petrol stations begin to run dry as Satawu strike continues
Petrol stations begin to run dry as Satawu strike continues
Some petrol stations across the country have run dry as a strike in the road freight industry enters its third day, the Fuel Retailers Association...
Pay dispute talks continue amid Satawu protests
Pay dispute talks continue amid Satawu protests
Talks to resolve a pay dispute with South African Transport and Allied Workers' Union (Satawu) members would continue on Tuesday, the Road Freight...
Rising costs, crime may shut petrol stations at night
Rising costs, crime may shut petrol stations at night
Petrol stations need to close shop at night, otherwise up to 15% will shut down before year-end, the Fuel Retailers' Association warned on...
Replacing petrol pumps to take 'several months'
Replacing petrol pumps to take 'several months'
The South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) said the replacement of older petrol pumps, which are unable to reflect a price of more...

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