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Unions demand above-inflation wages at struggling Eskom

Workers at state-owned enterprises have not received meaningful increases in two years, resulting in ‘very low’ staff morale, unions say

Court orders ArcelorMittal SA strikers to go back to work

Interim order granted to steel producer prohibiting workers from striking

New blow for steel sector as Numsa members strike at ArcelorMittal SA

Union plans strike at Africa’s largest steel producer for 10% wage demand from Wednesday

Public sector unions test Godongwana with demand for 10% pay hike

Finance minister Enoch Godongwana has pledged to keep in check the public sector wage bill

Unions and Sibanye to meet on Thursday in bid to end strike

NUM and Amcu refuse to back down on original pay demands, which group says it cannot afford

Angry mineworkers force Ramaphosa to abandon Workers’ Day address

The workers have been on strike for three months in support of their demand for a R1000 increase

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No strikes allowed for many workers in drugmaking sector

Government agency declares the production and distribution of a wide array of pharmaceutical products to be an essential service

Bus sector averts strike with 6% wage agreement

Bargaining council commends parties for reaching a settlement

‘Angry’ Amcu and NUM members reject Sibanye’s final settlement offer

Striking workers say CEO’s ‘whopping’ 2021 earnings strengthened their resolve to demand an above-inflation wage increase of R1,000 a month

Treasury takes tough stance ahead of public sector wage talks

Compensation of R599bn pencilled in Treasury’s tough line on pay

Striking unions to meet Sibanye on Tuesday over final settlement offer

Mining company believes its offer is fair and takes account of inflation and the sustainability of the SA gold operations

Comair ‘withdraws’ notice to slash workers’ wages, says Numsa

General secretary of SA's largest union Irvin Jim calls the withdrawal a 'victory' for workers who already faced reduced salaries and benefits

Sibanye strikers ‘steadfast’ as industrial action continues

Amcu and NUM dig in despite Sibanye warning prolonged strike will wipe out potential gains of wage increases

Bus operators relieved looming wage strike averted

Unions agree to take bus operators’ revised offer to their members for a mandate, allowing operations to continue over the holiday weekend

Amcu and NUM to apply for secondary strike at Sibanye’s platinum mines

About 35,000 workers may down tools in solidarity with their counterparts in the gold operations

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