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Union torn by dispute over investment division

Ceppwawu leaders -- and their lawyers -- at one another's throats.

Infighting freezes union’s funds

Investment portfolio of more than R1-billion has been roadblocked.

Fuel strike over: Unions accept 8.5% pay hike

Industrial action in the chemical and fuel sectors has come to an end after employers reached an agreement on wage increases on Thursday.

Fuel employees reject new pay offer

South Africa's main fuel sector union and employees at state power utility Eskom said on Thursday they had rejected the latest raise offers.

Fuel strike: Union says employers ‘not listening’

South Africa's fuel workers' union has rejected a minimum 8% wage increase and is holding out for a double-digit hike

‘Improved’ offer in petrol strike negotiations

Wage negotiations continue in the chemical and petroleum sector after a new offer of between 8% and 10% was presented.

Fuel sector talks to resume on Monday

Wage talks in the fuel sector will resume on Monday, the National Petroleum Employers' Association said on Saturday.

Chemical union to strike July 11

Workers in South Africa's petroleum, pharmaceutical, and chemicals sectors will go on strike on July 11 over wages, union officials said on Thursday.

Union slams petrol price hike

July's petrol price hike that comes into effect on Wednesday is unacceptable, Ceppwawu said on Monday.

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