Unions

Place Eastern Cape health department under administration, say workers

Clinics in Motherwell, Gqeberha, shut since Tuesday

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Brief | 22 April 2022

Millions of rands siphoned from NUMSA’s insurance company, report shows

3Sixty Life, currently under curatorship, made huge loans which haven’t been repaid

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News | 4 March 2022

Broke municipality can’t provide basic services but it pays managers massive travel allowances

Amahlathi Local Municipality has a history of financial mismanagement

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Feature | 11 February 2022

Security guards and cleaners at Gauteng hospitals demand permanent employment

Union members say they are exploited and lack job security under private companies

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News | 2 February 2022

Vavi vows to “scale up the fight” against Clover

This follows yet another breakdown in negotiations

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News | 1 February 2022

Striking Clover workers to get overdue bonuses by Friday

Workers across the country have been on strike for eight weeks

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Brief | 11 January 2022

Gqeberha health workers march against management

They demanded the removal of the health district manager and for the health facilities to be refurbished

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Brief | 3 December 2021

Some people are just warm bodies occupying our offices and I don’t need them, says health MEC

NEHAWU is calling for “restructuring of the bloated executive management” at the Limpopo provincial health department

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Brief | 25 November 2021

Strike continues at Gqeberha automobile plant as union demands 100% wage increase

NUMSA says First Automobile Works must pay automobile manufacturers’ rates not Motor Industry Bargaining Council rates

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News | 27 October 2021

Hundreds of workers march for end to pay freeze

COSATU members and affiliated unions held demonstrations across the country

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News | 7 October 2021

Platinum mine tense after assassination of unionist

NUMSA’s Malibongwe Mdazo was gunned down outside the CCMA office in Rustenburg

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News | 26 August 2021

Covid-19: Unions should push harder for teachers to get vaccinated

It’s almost never a reasonable choice to not get vaccinated

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GroundView | 26 July 2021

Domestic workers need more time to lodge compensation claims, say unions

Workers have until November 2021 to submit retrospective claims of the last 27 years

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News | 24 May 2021

Strike at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University enters second week

NEHAWU is demanding a 6% pay increase; management initially offered 3.5%

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Brief | 17 May 2021

Spar workers end strike after agreement reached

The company says workers were paid “based on productivity” but will now get a more traditional, time based payment

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Brief | 4 May 2021