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Numsa signs Eskom wage deal after months of talks

After months of negotiations, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa has signed a wage agreement with power utility Eskom

Sadtu accuses PSA of being ‘all bark and no bite’

Calling the PSA a puppy, the teachers' union has accused the organisation of having no political clarity.

Unions rise against national minimum wage and new strike action draft laws

Saftu was the first to submit an objection to the national minimum wage, which was meant to be implemented on May 1, but has since been postponed

Anglo Gold Ashanti announces big losses

The bottom end of the commodities cycle continues to inflict pain on mining companies and Anglo Gold Ashanti announced even greater losses on Monday.

Lessons in wages from Marikana

Mining says its offer is about sustaining the gold industry but unions urge caution.

Government urges calm amid public sector strike fears

Labour unions in wage negotiations have left the bargaining table, insisting that the state violated a recent increase agreement.

Nehawu: ANC has shown ‘arrogance and disdain’ in wage offer

Nehawu says the ANC is taking workers for a ride after the government revised ts initial wage offer from 5.8% to 5% at the bargaining council.

Amplats’s Griffith apologises for fair pay comments

Chris Griffith says the timing of comments he made about being paid fairly while a strike at the mine continues was "seemingly insensitive".

Wage talks in industrial chemicals sector set to start

Ahead of wage talks, trade union Solidarity says it wants an increase of 9.5% while employers in the industrial chemicals sector are offering 5%.

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