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Deadly cost of Sibanye-Stillwater gold miners’ strike
Deadly cost of Sibanye-Stillwater gold miners’ strike
The five-month strike by gold miners at Sibanye-Stillwater has halted with the announcement that the Association of Mineworkers and Construction...
Sibanye-Stillwater warns of possible job cuts
Sibanye-Stillwater warns of possible job cuts
On Thursday, Sibanye-Stillwater said it may retrench over 6 000 jobs at shafts on its Beatrix and Driefontein gold mining operations due to...
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
One thousand five hundred and sixty mineworkers could be laid off at Gold Fields’ loss-making South Deep mine.
NUM, Solidarity, Uasa sign wage agreement
NUM, Solidarity, Uasa sign wage agreement
Three of four unions in the gold industry signed a two-year wage agreement with gold producers on Tuesday, the Chamber of Mines said.
Lonmin, unions' dispute still not resolved as CCMA postpones hearing
Lonmin, unions' dispute still not resolved as CCMA postpones hearing
The postponement on Monday in the arbitration hearing about recognition between Lonmin, and trade unions the Association of Mineworkers and...
Unions, gold sector declare wage dispute
Unions, gold sector declare wage dispute
The official wage dispute could bring more trouble for beleaguered bullion producers.
Unions reject 4% wage offer from gold producers
Unions reject 4% wage offer from gold producers
South African trade unions representing gold mining employees dismissed a proposal to increase wages by 4%, increasing the prospects of a further...
South Africa's economic growth 'could be better'
South Africa's economic growth 'could be better'
South Africa's economic growth could be better despite suffering knock-on effects from Europe and the US, the Democratic Alliance (DA) and trade...
Coal strike threatens power supply
Coal strike threatens power supply
The coal strike currently under way will threaten the immediate ability to provide electricity, the unions and state power company Eskom said on...
Strikers' use of violence 'deplorable'
Strikers' use of violence 'deplorable'
As the engineering sector strike entered its fifth day, several acts of violence and intimidation were allegedly committed by striking workers, the...
Reports of economic growth misleading, says union
Reports of economic growth misleading, says union
The employment figures released by Stats SA made a mockery of reports of economic growth, trade union Uasa said on Tuesday.
Union: 'Matric is simply not enough'
Union: 'Matric is simply not enough'
Matrics will need to obtain further skills in order to find viable employment, trade union UASA said on Sunday.

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