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Petrol pump attendants have a rough ride

They are an anomaly in most countries, but about 80 000 people in South Africa are employed as attendants at petrol stations.

Numsa, fuel association reach wage agreement

Despite not having signed an agreement, the Fuel Retailers' Association and Numsa have found common ground in ongoing wage disputes.

Minister intervenes in petrol attendant strike

As the strike by petrol attendants and motor industry workers draws out, the labour minister is set to meet workers, says a spokesperson.

Petrol attendants’ strike stretches into third week

Strike action by petrol attendants and vehicle industry workers has entered its third week.

Petrol attendant strike: Cosatu ‘angry’ at delays

Cosatu says it is "shocked and angry" over the lengthy strike by petrol attendants and vehicle industry workers.

Petrol attendant strike stretches into ninth day

The strike in the petrol and motor retail industry has continued into its ninth day after talks to resolve it collapsed.

Petrol attendant strike: Numsa rejects wage offer

The National Union of Metalworkers of SA has rejected an increased wage offer as the petrol and motor retail sector enters its fourth strike day.

Numsa to address claims of intimidation towards non-strikers

Reports of striking Numsa members intimidating non-striking petrol attendants are being discussed with the union, says a motor industry organisation.

Numsa: Petrol attendants’ strike to continue

The strike by petrol attendants and car repair workers affiliated to Numsa will continue until the union's demands are met, says Numsa's Irvin Jim.

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