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Post Office wins court order against strike
Post Office wins court order against strike
The South African Post Office (Sapo) has won an urgent court interdict to halt planned strike action on Thursday.
Mass protected strike set for Wednesday
Mass protected strike set for Wednesday
Twice this month, all workers, in any profession, in any sector, public or private, can go on strike. The first mass, cross-sector strike was...
Post office strike continues as union talks collapse
Post office strike continues as union talks collapse
Negotiations to end the strike – which has been carrying on intermittently for at least three years – have now "collapsed", said the...
Commercial farmers question Mantashe on land reform
Commercial farmers question Mantashe on land reform
Commercial farmers raised questions and concerns about land reform and the issues surrounding such reform with ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe...
Nene: SA to curb debt growth as economy weakens
Nene: SA to curb debt growth as economy weakens
South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene pledged to curb the growth in public debt as economic growth weakens and global interest rates rise....
Metalworker employers meet Numsa for strike talks
Metalworker employers meet Numsa for strike talks
The South African union leading a walkout by 220 000 metalworkers will resume talks with employers on Wednesday on ending the strike after...
North West premier to question Amplats over shaft closures
North West premier to question Amplats over shaft closures
"Premier Modise will use the opportunity to share the concern of the provincial government regarding the consultation processes, impact of job...
Amplats miners end protest
Amplats miners end protest
Workers at three of Amplats's South African mines went the walkout from Tuesday's overnight shift, hours after the company, a unit of...
Work at Gold Fields resumes, but mine strikes not over yet
Work at Gold Fields resumes, but mine strikes not over yet
Gold Fields said the reinstatement of 8 500 dismissed workers at its KDC East operations near Johannesburg had ended a 23-day strike and...
Lack of political leadership leaves SA at mining turmoil's mercy
Lack of political leadership leaves SA at mining turmoil's mercy
The crisis unfolding in the mining sector can only be resolved through strong political leadership – of which there has been little so far, say...
Government breaks off wage talks with state workers
Government breaks off wage talks with state workers
We can't live like this, say Implats workers
We can't live like this, say Implats workers
Striking Impala Platinum mine workers gathered at Freedom Park, in Rustenburg, on Tuesday morning to wait for their leaders to address them.

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