General Industrial Workers Union of South Africa (Giwusa)

 
Use of lie detectors put to the test
Use of lie detectors put to the test
An upcoming court battle will challenge the practice of using polygraphs in the workplace — which has persisted in South Africa, despite the...
Clover sale cheeses off unions
Clover sale cheeses off unions
The proposed acquisition of dairy company Clover by Tel Aviv-based consortium Milco is being opposed by two unions, the General Industry Workers...
Luxor workers: ‘After seeing one of our comrades lost his eye, we cried like babies’
Luxor workers: ‘After seeing one of our comrades lost his eye, we cried like babies’
Workers at Luxor Paints in Jet Park, Boksburg say they will not back down, despite the alleged violent attacks on them during protracted strike...
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.

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