Ceppwawu

 
Unions calls for the disbanding of PetroSA board
Unions calls for the disbanding of PetroSA board
The PetroSA Board should be dissolved immediately. This is the call made by Solidarity, the National Union of Metalworkers (Numsa) and the...
Registrar gets tough on unions
Registrar gets tough on unions
For decades the office of the labour registrar had been largely overlooked. But in recent years the registrar, who is tasked with ensuring that...
Amcu to meet labour registrar over cancellation threat
Amcu to meet labour registrar over cancellation threat
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) will meet the Labour Registrar on Tuesday after a notice to deregister the union was issued this week....
Petrol strike chaos: Pump shortages dampen 99c fuel price relief
Petrol strike chaos: Pump shortages dampen 99c fuel price relief
The Department of Energy on Friday announced that petrol price for August would decline by 99c from Wednesday, meaning motorists will pay R12.35 a...
Ceppwawu's rot is rooted in money
Ceppwawu's rot is rooted in money
As a march of several thousand Cosatu members wound its way through Braamfontein in Johannesburg this Wednesday, their former leader, Zwelinzima...
Union billions at heart of battle
Union billions at heart of battle
R4-billion worth of investments – that appears to be at the centre of divisions and infighting in the Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and...
Cosatu-affiliated union's future in question
Cosatu-affiliated union's future in question
Simon Mofokeng's reign as the general secretary of Cosatu's affiliated chemical workers' union could come to an abrupt end if the department of...
State of the (striking) nation
State of the (striking) nation
Strike season is in full swing. Here's a breakdown of which industry sectors are experiencing strike action this weekend.
Petrol strike: Employers and unions ready to talk
Petrol strike: Employers and unions ready to talk
Employers and unions in the petroleum sector have indicated a willingness to meet, the bargaining council for the Chemical Industry said on...
You ain't seen nothin' yet, warn striking unions
You ain't seen nothin' yet, warn striking unions
There was no end in sight to a countrywide strike by about 200 000 workers in key sectors in the South African economy late on Monday.
Strikers' use of violence 'deplorable'
Strikers' use of violence 'deplorable'
As the engineering sector strike entered its fifth day, several acts of violence and intimidation were allegedly committed by striking workers, the...
'Skint' employers can't afford union demands
'Skint' employers can't afford union demands
The metal and engineering industry can't afford the wage increases unionists want, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of SA (Seifsa)...

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