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'Spotters' ratting out workers, firms

Jul 21 2014 13:27

A small business owner says that the National Union of Metalworkers of SA has informants who tip off strikers of factories that are operational.


Wage loss is immeasurable, says worker

Jul 21 2014 12:36

A Fin24 user says the loss of his wages because of the violent strike in the metal and engineering industry is painful.


Numsa strike sends SME business to China

Jul 18 2014 21:01

The Numsa strike is forcing a small business owner to close his metal working operations and import complete products from China.


Numsa defies interdict

Jul 20 2014 14:45

Despite having an interdict against Numsa members, a business in the plastics sector has been forced to shut down.


Metals strike: 'Epic crisis on way'

Jul 21 2014 12:11

The mayhem caused by Numsa strikers will lead to a catastrophe of epic proportions, says a small business owner.


Workers fear as Numsa strike continues

Jul 18 2014 15:45

A business owner, whose factory in Sebenza Edenvale was vandalised, says he plans to close shop and emigrate when Numsa's strike eventually ends.


Warning of job cuts over Numsa strike

Jul 18 2014 15:39

A Fin24 user says he is being forced to restructure his company to keep it from shutting down as a result of Numsa's wage strike.


Strike diary: Three weeks of living hell

Jul 18 2014 12:47

A co-owner of a small family-owned business in the Vaal Triangle shares her story about the impact of the wage strike by the National Union of Metalworkers of SA.


Heavy intimidation in metal strike

Jul 16 2014 16:09

Fin24 users tell of the intimidation happening during the current Numsa strike in the metal industry and many fear it will lead to further job losses.


How I prioritise my life

Jul 14 2014 15:18

What are your priorities in life? A Fin24 user lists the four most important things in his life as career success, enough rest, his hobby and a social life.



Sanral accused of number plate guessing

Jul 11 2014 14:25

Sanral has been accused of guessing motorists' number plates after a Gauteng owner of a motorcycle received an invoice for a bakkie.


E-tolls protest goes awry

Jul 07 2014 15:10

An anti-e-toll campaign by Proudly e-toll Free was cut short when protesters and Sanral employees came into conflict.

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