Eskom taking measures in case of NUM coal strike

Nov 13 2017 18:19

Eskom says it is concerned about the duration of a potential NUM coal strike, and possible intimidation against Eskom coal suppliers not affiliated with the union.


Largest public sector trade union moves to interdict PIC

Nov 03 2017 18:04

The PSA, SA's largest public sector trade union, is seeking legal advice to interdict the annual general meeting of the government-owned Public Investment Corporation.


Nehawu: If Gigaba is genuine, he must cut his own salary

Nov 02 2017 18:36

Public sector wage talks have had a rocky start, with union Nehawu accusing Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba of undermining the negotiating process.


Cabinet approves minimum wage bill

Nov 02 2017 14:13

Cabinet has approved the National Minimum Wage Bill and the draft legislation will now be referred to Parliament, after which President Jacob Zuma will officially sign it into law.


Unions worry about R16bn BEE investment

Oct 29 2017 14:30

About R16bn of public sector workers' pension funds may have already been handed over to politically motivated investments under the guise of promoting black economic empowerment.


Retiring ArcelorMittal CEO increases retrenchment fears - union

Oct 25 2017 12:21

Trade union Solidarity is concerned after Wim de Klerk, CEO of steel producer ArcelorMittal SA, announced his retirement.


Mango strike called off following agreement - union

Oct 20 2017 09:55

Mango pilots have returned to work this morning after a labour dispute with the low-cost airline was resolved on Thursday night.


Mango pilots to strike as pay talks collapse

Oct 15 2017 22:43

Solidarity members, which includes flight captains and first officers, will be embarking on strike action from Monday after wage negotiations with Mango fell flat, the trade union says.


SAA averts strike

Oct 06 2017 15:33

The SA Transport and Allied Workers Union has formally withdrawn a notice of strike served on SAA's maintenance subsidiary, SAA Technical.

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SAA tables improved wage offer

Oct 04 2017 15:55

SAA says it has made good progress with the current wage negotiations dispute with labour unions represented at its maintenance subsidiary SAA Technical.


10 red flags of employee theft in a company

Oct 04 2017 04:30

Whether it’s money, time, or goods, theft by employees can cripple a company. Here are the signs that managers should pay attention to.

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