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Solidarity confident of permission to strike after court ruling
Solidarity confident of permission to strike after court ruling
Trade union Solidarity says it has again applied for permission to embark on a one-day sympathy strike in protest against a black economic...
DUT and unions to go back to negotiating table, ending seven-week strike
DUT and unions to go back to negotiating table, ending seven-week strike
Durban University of Technology (DUT) is to reopen its doors after positive mediation between unions and management on Tuesday afternoon, government has said....
Wits university and unions reach wage deal
Wits university and unions reach wage deal
The week-long workers’ strike at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) has been suspended after management and the workers’ unions reached...
Post office strike continues as union talks collapse
Post office strike continues as union talks collapse
Negotiations to end the strike – which has been carrying on intermittently for at least three years – have now "collapsed", said the...
Numsa strike continues despite Seifsa's 'hasty' latest offer
Numsa strike continues despite Seifsa's 'hasty' latest offer
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on Wednesday bemoaned the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa's (Seifsa's) "hasty" decision to make public a proposed wage offer to try to end the strike in the metals sector....
Wage talks intend to avert strike at Implats
Wage talks intend to avert strike at Implats
A mine workers union and negotiators at Impala Platinum were in talks to head off a strike over wages that could affect global prices of the...
Cosatu makes job situation 'worse'
Cosatu makes job situation 'worse'
While the Cape Chamber of Commerce shares the Congress of South African Trade Union's (Cosatu) fears of an economic and social catastrophe if the...
'Public servants must be reasonable'
'Public servants must be reasonable'
Public servants must be reasonable in their wage demands, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has told East Coast Radio.
Strike looms as wage talks stall
Strike looms as wage talks stall
Unions representing 1,3-million government employees have given Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi until next week to...
Cosatu plans more strikes
Cosatu plans more strikes
Trade union federation Cosatu is planning fresh strike action, particularly within the public sector, to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma's...
Court set to rule on BA Christmas strike
Court set to rule on BA Christmas strike
A London court was set to decide on Thursday whether to grant an injunction blocking a strike by British Aiways cabin crew that threatens to create...
Unions: SABC's 'no work, no pay' principle not a threat
Unions: SABC's 'no work, no pay' principle not a threat
The South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC) "no work, no pay" principle was not a threat, the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) said on...

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