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Solidarity plans for three-week Sasol strike over share scheme
Solidarity plans for three-week Sasol strike over share scheme
Trade union Solidarity said on Sunday it is planning for a three-week strike at Sasol over the exclusion of white employees from Sasol's Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) share scheme known as Sasol Khanyisa phase 2....
EXPLAINER: Why Gautrain workers are on strike
EXPLAINER: Why Gautrain workers are on strike
The United National Transport Union announced on Sunday that it would go ahead with a strike over bonuses and a 10% wage increase demand on...
Uber: It’s drivers vs the corporate machine
Uber: It’s drivers vs the corporate machine
Uber will deal with aggrieved drivers individually and not as a group.
Amcu workers too scared to strike
Amcu workers too scared to strike
Staff at the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) have been in a prolonged battle with their employer over wages but are too...
NUM vs NUM: Union members clash in Stilfontein at election meeting
NUM vs NUM: Union members clash in Stilfontein at election meeting
Intra-union violence broke out in the mining town of Stilfontein, near Klerksdorp, when National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) members clashed over a leadership election on Sunday night, resulting in two people being injured and a union vehicle damaged....
Government urges calm amid public sector strike fears
Government urges calm amid public sector strike fears
Government has appealed to public sector unions to “remain calm”, after the decision by labour to pull out of the most recent wage agreement....
Political risk claims lower in 2014
Political risk claims lower in 2014
Sasria, the state-owned company that provides insurance for strikes, saw better times in 2014 despite a five-month work stoppage that brought the...
Metals sector faces further ructions
Metals sector faces further ructions
A battle between South Africa's largest union and big companies in the metals and engineering sector may be nearing an end, but the war between...
Tsunami mining strike changes landscape
Tsunami mining strike changes landscape
Opinions are split over whether the wage settlement in the platinum industry this week is good or bad news for South Africa, but there is no denying...
Amcu claims victory, sombre mine bosses count the costs
Amcu claims victory, sombre mine bosses count the costs
Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) members in the platinum sector are expected to return to work on Wednesday after...
Lonmin on thin ice with 'dysfunctional' bid
Lonmin on thin ice with 'dysfunctional' bid
Although Lonmin may be holding on to a court application to have the persistent platinum strike declared dysfunctional, the prospects of success are...
'Amcu wants charges dropped'
'Amcu wants charges dropped'
In a bid to end South Africa's longest strike, platinum mines and labour have moved closer to one another in terms of wages.

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