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No end to Fawu’s factional fight

Leaders of two competing groupings in the Food and Allied Workers Union have fired each other

Fawu members fight back in court

Infighting intensifies as factionalism and purges rock the union ahead of its national congress

Key union faces deregistration

Financial malpractice linked to members’ fees and misuse of funds has rocked the Food and Allied Worker’s Union

Clover sale cheeses off unions

The Milco consortium buyout could result in the loss of jobs once restructuring is completed

Illegal cigarette brand a top seller in SA

An Ipsos report says the sale of illegal cigarettes is on the increase

Dozens arrested and goods recovered in aftermath of Soweto violence

Police raids were set up following violent clashes which started in Soweto but then spread to other areas in Gauteng last week

Illicit tobacco trade a threat to jobs — union

'What is disturbing is that our government, Sars in particular, moves very slowly when it comes to taking action against illicit traders'

Heineken issue ferments: Labour-broking shows few signs of disappearing

Workers want permanent jobs as the company allegedly tries to evade new labour-broker laws

In the name of union game

In defending its territory an established federation objects to the name of the new kid on the block

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