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Democracy and the left in post-apartheid South Africa — An interview with Ben Turok
Democracy and the left in post-apartheid South Africa — An interview with Ben Turok
Professor Ben Turok, now 92 years old, was an ANC member of Parliament in South Africa for 20 years. Turok is the sole surviving member of the...
CCMA cases pile up with new law
CCMA cases pile up with new law
The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), has received 1 073 minimum wage referrals for the first half of this year...
Numsa strike against sexual harassment is a ‘powerful moment in labour history’
Numsa strike against sexual harassment is a ‘powerful moment in labour history’
What does it require to get management to take a sexual harassment complaint seriously? If the recent National Union of Metal Workers of South...
Unions calls for the disbanding of PetroSA board
Unions calls for the disbanding of PetroSA board
The PetroSA Board should be dissolved immediately. This is the call made by Solidarity, the National Union of Metalworkers (Numsa) and the...
Registrar gets tough on unions
Registrar gets tough on unions
For decades the office of the labour registrar had been largely overlooked. But in recent years the registrar, who is tasked with ensuring that...
Numsa and labour registrar at odds over union finances
Numsa and labour registrar at odds over union finances
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa), the country’s largest union, is again in trouble with the labour registrar, according...
Eskom: Army and police on standby
Eskom: Army and police on standby
Fears that a ferocious labour pushback against possible retrenchments appear to be at the centre of Eskom and government’s decision to deploy...
Comair strike by Numsa-affiliated ground staff averted, for now
Comair strike by Numsa-affiliated ground staff averted, for now
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will no longer be embarking on a planned national strike against Comair after the...
The workers who won’t snitch
The workers who won’t snitch
Metalworker union Numsa on Friday filed legal arguments in the Constitutional Court on behalf of 65 Dunlop factory workers from Howick, KwaZulu-Natal. The workers were dismissed in 2012 because they did not snitch on fellow workers during a protected strike....
[Video]Numsa’s political party gets the go-ahead
[Video]Numsa’s political party gets the go-ahead
Numsa says it welcomes the Electoral Commission of South Africa’s decision to register its political party
Greenpeace hits back at unions
Greenpeace hits back at unions
Greenpeace has called on the National Union of Mineworkers and other unions to engage with them on renewable energy strategies, after the union...

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