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‘Worker safety nets inadequate’

With large-scale job losses on the horizon here and around the world, the Covid- 19 pandemic has put the vulnerability of workers in sharp focus

Coronavirus: Nedlac says it’s no longer business as usual

A special executive committee meeting of business, labour and government was held on Monday to discuss a common programme to slow down the spread of Covid-19

Unions slam move to cut wage bill

Cosatu rejects job losses and a wage freeze for public servants, calling this ‘a declaration of war’

Labour court rules against ambassador

Nozipho Mxakato-Diseko has lost the latest round in her ongoing battle with the department

Battered Samwu again at odds

After allegations about maladministration, union leaders are now accused of not coming clean about corruption

Eskom reports alarm Cosatu

Cosatu general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali says the federation will not be open to any solution involving privatisation

Dark clouds gather over jobs summit

Ramaphosa has his work cut out to rally everyone behind his vision and some are already grumbling

Zingiswa Losi elected Cosatu’s first woman president

Losi was nominated unopposed by delegates at Cosatu’s 13th national congress taking place in Midrand this week

‘Everyone can see what’s happening in the ANC’ — Cosatu on ‘plot’ against Ramaphosa

Cosatu's general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali said the alliance was concerned about claims that there are talks to remove Ramaphosa

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