public service strike

 
ANC, Cosatu keep mum about meeting
ANC, Cosatu keep mum about meeting
The ANC and Cosatu kept mum following their meeting held at the ANC's headquarters in Johannesburg on Monday.
The real reasons why the public-service strike stopped
The real reasons why the public-service strike stopped
The fraught two-week public-service strike was suspended for 21 days this week because it was losing public support and members could not afford to...
Who are the essential service workers?
Who are the essential service workers?
Neither the government nor the unions made use of a mediation mechanism that could have avoided the recent month-long strike by public service...
Strikers return to work amid dissent
Strikers return to work amid dissent
Most of South Africa's 1,3-million striking state workers returned to their posts on Wednesday as union leaders struggled to persuade members to...
Unions mull new wage offer
Unions mull new wage offer
Public service unions were expected to announce on Monday if a new wage offer had been accepted which would end a national strike that started 20...
Union leaders meet as strike impasse continues
Union leaders meet as strike impasse continues
Striking public-service unions held a second day of meetings on Friday as an impasse between government and workers dragged out a crippling 17-day...
Worker anger sinks offer
Worker anger sinks offer
The 1,3-million striking public service workers who rejected the government's revised wage offer this week appear to have sent a loud "no!" not...
Waning power behind Zuma action
Waning power behind Zuma action
President Jacob Zuma's intervention in the public service strike was as much an attempt to reassert his political power as a bid to bring the...
Unions go back to members with pay offer
Unions go back to members with pay offer
The protracted public servants' strike continued on Thursday with the Congress of South African Trade Unions and Independent Labour Caucus (ILC)...
Unions mull new offer as strike drags on
Unions mull new offer as strike drags on
Public-service trade unions were expected to announce their decision on whether to accept the government's latest wage offer on Wednesday, two...
SACP: Wage gap still too high
SACP: Wage gap still too high
The government should ensure there is a moratorium on salary increases in the upper levels of government, the South African Communist Party said on...
Cosatu: No talks between govt and unions
Cosatu: No talks between govt and unions
There have been no new wage talks between public-service unions and the government, the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on...

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