Numsa willing to tone down 20% wage-hike demand in the auto sector

But the union wants other claims met, such as shift allowances and a bonus increase

Workers reinstated at Lanxess mine after strike ends

Union Numsa cites nine-day underground sit-in and intervention of Gwede Mantashe for breakthrough

Automotive industry faced with stiff demands from labour

Numsa leaders warn talks could be difficult and may hurt the economy if they drag on

Policy hawk Mminele’s exit leaves the Reserve Bank vulnerable

Departure sets off speculation about his replacement and effect on institution’s policy direction

Numsa’s Lanxess miners end underground strike

Numsa strikers accept a deal with Lanxess mine owners

Numsa’s Lanxess strike could, tentatively, end soon

The National Union of Metalworkers of SA has had ill-humoured negotiations with the chrome mine for many years

Government tardiness threatens to sink unions’ job-creation company

More than 300 Nilaflex workers could join unemployed’s ranks if company is liquidated due to non-payment of donor funding through the department of trade & ...

Union wants to untie AVI-Green Cross merger over job cuts

Sactwu tells the Competition Commission that commitments made before the takeover have been broken

Numsa cries foul over labour registrar’s deregistration move

The union is in contravention of the the Labour Relations Act, but says its deregistration would create economic instability in SA

Leaders’ battle could eat into Fawu membership

General secretary Katishi Masemola vows to defy his suspension by union president Atwell Nazo

Dennis George fired by Fedusa after two decades in charge

Veteran dismissed for serious misconduct sees a future as a tech entrepreneur

Axe hangs over Amcu, but timing questioned

As Amcu ends a fruitless five-month gold strike and heads into platinum wage talks the government threatens to terminate its registration

Top labour official moves to axe Amcu’s union registration

The curtain looks set to fall on one of SA's most militant and disruptive unions after it ended a five-month gold strike empty handed

Sibanye-Stillwater and Amcu to host joint press briefing today

The gold miner, which has bore the brunt of a prolonged and violent strike, gave no details on whether the two sides have come to an agreement

Rumblings from union over planned job cuts at SA Express

The struggling state-owned airline is planning to downsize its staff and it is not yet clear how many jobs are at stake

Amcu moves to appeal Sibanye-Stillwater strike ruling

Amcu applies appeal against the judgment barring its secondary mining strike in support of its 14,000 members in the fifth month of a gold strike at ...

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