strikes

 
Words have the power to effect change
Words have the power to effect change
Most of us have heard the school-ground taunt: sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.
Eskom power stations facing blockages as workers picket
Eskom power stations facing blockages as workers picket
Eskom’s ability to keep the lights on could be compromised with intimidation and road blockages "rife" at most of Eskom's power stations and...
​Unembargoed: April 26 to May 3 2018
​Unembargoed: April 26 to May 3 2018
Duvenage’s spending on donations and advertising without consulting his board has caused a parade of execs to leave the anti-corruption...
NUM members down tools at Eskom despite the illegal strike putting their jobs at risk
NUM members down tools at Eskom despite the illegal strike putting their jobs at risk
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has convened its regional officials to plan a full-blown strike at Eskom, but its members are in the firing...
Desperate and divided, SA is gatvol
Desperate and divided, SA is gatvol
Increasingly, South Africans from all walks of life are mobilising for change. Many resort to public protest in the hope of galvanising the...
New post office strike looms
New post office strike looms
The Communication Workers' Union (CWU) has asked for the removal of the South African Post Office (Sapo) administrator, whom the union accuses...
Striking Swazi miners sound Marikana alarm
Striking Swazi miners sound Marikana alarm
Swazi police had forcefully removed striking workers from a koppie near the Maloma colliery by Thursday afternoon.
Publishers call post office to account
Publishers call post office to account
The months of disarray at the South African Post Office (Sapo) has prompted a group of specialist magazine publishers to complain to the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) over what they see as a breach of the post office's licence conditions....
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...
Super-profits, but not for mineworkers
Super-profits, but not for mineworkers
South Africa's longest strike is continuing, with government attempts to broker a deal taking negotiations back to where they were three months...
Manufacturing weighed down by strike
Manufacturing weighed down by strike
South Africa's purchasing managers' index (PMI) dropped to its lowest level since August 2009 as an 18-week strike in the platinum industry...
The dark side to resuming mining
The dark side to resuming mining
Platinum mining companies are concerned that Eskom will not have sufficient power at peak times for them to begin operations in the Rustenburg area...

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