Sibanye-Stillwater warns a strike will have ‘significant consequences’ for its gold operations

Sibanye-Stillwater has pleaded with unions to reach a sustainable wage agreement and avoid a strike that could have “significant consequences” for its ...

Sibanye-Stillwater enforces stringent rules as wage strike looms

The gold miner says the picketing rules are to ensure that ‘there is no damage to property’ during the strike

Cosatu slams lack of action against failing provinces and municipalities

Handing over billions of rand with little accountability or lack of consequence can’t continue, senior Cosatu official says

Unions vow to ‘cripple’ Clover over wages and retrenchments feud

Giwusa and Fawu, the unions leading the strike, say they represent about 5,000 workers at Clover

Unions reject Sibanye-Stillwater wage offer, threaten strike action

Workers demand R1,000 increase each year for three years while miner offers R570, R640 and R670

PODCAST | Effect of violence on SA’s international standing

Mudiwa Gavaza speaks to Kieran Fahy, CEO for BNP Paribas SA

Massmart faces new headwinds as union plans strike and calls for boycott

The July unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng brought more setbacks for the group when two of its warehouses were looted and one burnt to the ground

CCMA union threatens a strike as budget keeps shrinking

Talks break down at labour dispute organisation over an offer to increase wages just 1.5%

Nehawu calls for speed in starting worker movement

Union says tripartite alliance’s blueprint to address socioeconomic challenges has stagnated.

PODCAST | More questions than answers about worker rights in gig economy

SA and Africa in general are behind the curve in implementing laws dealing with the ‘gig’ work

Sedibeng Water strike could shut off taps to 2-million customers

Municipalities in Free State, North West and Northern Cape face acute water shortages as workers down tools

Numsa’s strike rolls into third week as parties meet for mediation

Workers and steel sector employers look to CCMA to end impasse over wage increases

Embattled steel sector loses R500m in output due to Numsa wage strike

Seifsa warns of more headwinds after union rejects revised wage offer

Numsa rejects Seifsa’s latest pay offer

Employer body to hold briefing on Friday and says its latest offer is ‘fair, equitable and sustaniable’

Workers lose R100m in wages as Numsa strike drags on, Seifsa says

Numsa is awaiting feedback from the regions on a Seifsa proposal, meanwhile the strike continues

Cosatu calls for SA’s mining sector to be shut down over centralised bargaining

The bosses ‘are playing golf in Mauritius, in Dubai, in different countries, while we are working in the mines, and not getting anything’

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