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UPDATE: More SARS branches close due to strike

Mar 29 2019 12:16

A strike by members of Nehawu and the Public Servants Association at the SA Revenue Service entered its second day on Friday - the date on which all outstanding tax is due.

News

SARS sets meeting to try and avoid strike

Mar 23 2019 14:29

SARS says the National Education Health and Allied Workers Union and the Public Servants Association have served it with a 7-day notice to go on strike.

Labour

NUM says meeting with Ramaphosa 'productive', but march against Eskom unbundling will go ahead

Mar 20 2019 16:02

The National Union of Mineworkers says it will go ahead with a planned march to the ANC headquarters at Luthuli House this month to protest the unbundling of Eskom.

Labour

NUM plans march on Luthuli House over Eskom unbundling

Mar 13 2019 11:49

The National Union of Mineworkers says it will march to the ANC headquarters at Luthuli House on March 30 to protest the unbundling of Eskom.

News

Tiso strike could disrupt Zondo Commission

Mar 06 2019 18:03

The Zondo Commission into state capture has been warned that its proceedings might be severely disrupted due to a planned strike at media group Tiso Blackstar.

Labour

AMCU delays wider mining strike until judgment

Feb 28 2019 08:05

AMCU issued a notice to at least 15 companies last week about the action that was scheduled to start with the night shift on Thursday.

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Sleep-deprived South Africans cost the economy billions

Feb 26 2019 07:00

Sleep-deprived South Africans are costing the economy billions, with lack of sleep linked to 15 leading causes of death, a recent study has found.

Labour

Cosatu takes march over jobs to Parliament

Feb 19 2019 07:28

Union members affiliated to Cosatu are set to march to parliament as part of its efforts to mobilise for pro-poor policies ahead of the National Budget

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