Labour unions

Public sector workers threaten “full-blown” strike

Workers picket outside bargaining council, as they reject 3% wage increase offer

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Give us jobs, chant hundreds of Gauteng workers

NUPSAW to meet provincial health department over demand for Public Works people to be employed permanently

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Brief | 19 September 2022

Public sector workers march in Pretoria

“It’s time workers are taken seriously,” says union

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Brief | 24 August 2022

NUMSA did not breach interdict by holding national congress, court rules

But the judge did not rule on the validity of the decisions taken by the central committee, the credentials committee or the national congress

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Law | 23 August 2022

SAMWU wants Tshwane metro to increase wages by 3.5%

Mayco member Kingsley Wakelin says the City is “struggling with finances”

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Brief | 22 August 2022

NUMSA spokesperson in defamation row

Phakamile Hlubi-Majola claims Ruth Ntlokotse “wants to destroy NUMSA”

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Brief | 18 August 2022

NUMSA: It’s Ruth Ntlokotse versus Irvin Jim in court

Labour Court to hear Ntlokotse’s arguments that the union’s elections were invalid and that Jim should be arrested

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News | 5 August 2022

COSATU protesters chase away officials during march against crime

Police Minister Bheki Cele says policing alone cannot deal with crime

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News | 4 August 2022

NUMSA office-bearer “election” goes ahead despite interdict

Labour Court judge says decision to proceed with congress was “unwise”

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Brief | 28 July 2022

Delegates storm out of NUMSA conference

NUMSA must comply with its constitution, say protesters as congress continues without Mpumalanga delegates

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News | 27 July 2022

NUMSA’s interdicted national congress to proceed — but a court challenge looms

Journalists kicked out of conference centre

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News | 26 July 2022

COSATU to strike over lack of action against crime

Union members will march in Cape Town in August to protest about government’s “lacklustre” approach to rising crime

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Brief | 20 July 2022

No ambulances for two months in Eastern Cape districts

Vehicles in any case not adequately equipped says civic organisation

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News | 21 June 2022

Rural Eastern Cape nurses demand special allowance

Health department agrees to meet nursing unions next week over allegations of unpaid allowances

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Brief | 17 June 2022

Hundreds of Amathole workers march to block municipal manager’s reappointment

SAMWU accuses Mthandeki Mnyimba of being incapable of running the municipality and victimising workers who speak out against him

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Brief | 9 June 2022

Strike ends as compromise reached at ArcelorMittal

Union and company settle on a 6.5% increase and a cash payment

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Brief | 26 May 2022