public sector strike

 
Minister delivers post office ultimatum
Minister delivers post office ultimatum
Siyabonga Cwele, the minister of telecommunications and postal ­services, has allegedly asked the board of the South African Post Office (Sapo) to...
Civil service gets a kick in the cupboard
Civil service gets a kick in the cupboard
When Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan consulted his cupboard before the medium-term budget, he found himself in Old Mother Hubbard's plimsoles....
Civil service run by "hopelessly incompetent" ANC cadres
Civil service run by "hopelessly incompetent" ANC cadres
I have seldom seen such mealy-mouthed, postmodernist newspeak twaddle in the Mail & Guardian as that spewed by Ivor Chipkin and Sarah...
Public sector 'manages' to fail
Public sector 'manages' to fail
Apparently, South Africa is in decline. There are regular and increasingly violent "service delivery" protests, wildcat strikes and the...
Success demands self-sacrifice
Success demands self-sacrifice
It is time to address our contradictions if we are to survive the difficult years ahead.
Public sector: Wage hikes put growth in jeopardy
Public sector: Wage hikes put growth in jeopardy
Shifting budgetary resources from current expenditure to capital expenditure was a major theme of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's February...
Will Sisulu stamp out union fires, or spark an inferno?
Will Sisulu stamp out union fires, or spark an inferno?
The newly appointed public service and administration minister will this week begin navigating government's way through the public sector wage...
Battle looms over stand on public sector wages
Battle looms over stand on public sector wages
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is standing firm on the need to curb public sector wage increases, even as the ANC's trade union ally, Cosatu, is...
The great carve-up
The great carve-up
It is the deal on which South Africa's peaceful transition to democracy was founded, but the pact among the ANC, big business and organised labour...
Numsa says no wage deal's been struck
Numsa says no wage deal's been struck
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) denied industry assertions on Friday it had reached a wage deal with steel and engineering firms and said it had not called off its strike....
SA hit by strike fever
SA hit by strike fever
As the country reels from twin strikes by the metal and chemical worker unions, a further strike is looming by nearly a million members of the...
Botswana strike drags on
Botswana strike drags on
A Botswana union leader said on Friday that his arrest on assault charges is part of government attempts to end a month-long civil service...

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