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As they sew so shall they reap

A new agreement, which will be introduced at plant level, will allow clothing workers to receive productivity bonuses. Teigue Payne reports.

Textile union opts for compliance over wage increases

Sactwu has abandoned its attempt to halt legal proceedings that could result in the loss of thousands of jobs in the clothing and textile industry.

Sascoc in dog box over SA’s Olympics team kit

Sascoc has been criticised because the South African Olympic and Paralympic Games teams' kit has not produced by a local manufacturer.

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