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​IEC fills up its fleet to avoid petrol strike disruptions to elections

Union strikes for 9% wage increase, Numsa ponders a solidarity strike.

SA fuel sector avoids strike after two-year wage deal

Workers and employers in South Africa's petroleum sector have agreed on a two-year wage deal, says labour union Solidarity.

Nigeria warns fuel strike invites anarchy

As Nigeria's fuel strike entered its third day, the country's government has warned that the crippling protests could result in anarchy.

Fuel strike: Unions, employers narrow the gap

Negotiations between fuel sector unions and employers have reached a point where they may resolve their dispute, the CCMA said on Tuesday.

Fuel wage talks hit deadlock

Petrol sector talks have reached a deadlock, the National Petroleum Employers' Association said on Saturday.

Living from hand to mouth

For workers out on strike in the chemical and fuel industry it's a matter of improving their current hand-to-mouth existence, writes <b>Oupa Nkosi</b>

Solidarity’s fuel industry strikers to return to work

Fuel industry workers who are members of Solidarity have suspended their strike and will return to work, the union said on Wednesday afternoon.

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

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.

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