Disappointed Fedusa says government ‘is not serious’, after missing vital meeting

Fedusa’s Dennis George said the union, business and labour waited for more than an hour for the government, which did not show up

SANParks staff to strike, which could hamper search for four missing lions

Close to 3‚000 Hospersa union workers will down tools in coming days‚ with most of them working in the Kruger National Park

Samwu faction distances itself from members who took city executive hostage

The incident was sparked after city officials encouraged members to withhold their subscriptions, says a statement issued by the municipal workers union

Labour brokerage workers to become full employees after three months

The court rules that if employed for more than three months, workers become permanent employees of the client company with all attendant benefits

Employers bypass collective bargaining

Wage negotiations started on June 7, but have collapsed and parties have declared disputes at the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council

Department agrees to wage deal to end mortuary strike

Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says remuneration scales of forensic pathology assistants will be reversed to the levels they were before 2010

Is it the end of the metal and engineering industries bargaining council?

A strike over wages in the industry will mean that the bargaining council will not be able to cover its costs from levies paid by employers and employees

Nehawu president warns that Cosatu faces extinction

National Health Education and Allied Workers’ Union’s Mzwandile Makwayiba says the dysfunctional state of unions will sound a death knell for the federation

Amcu gives Marikana victim’s family a home

Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union president Joseph Mathunjwa hands over a house to the family of the ‘Man in the Green Blanket’

Numsa gears up for protests

General secretary urges regional secretaries to undertake fighting campaign in plastics and engineering sectors

Leadership fight could threaten Nehawu unity

General secretary Bereng Soke’s position is set to be contested, say insiders

Mosebenzi Zwane wants young to make use of ‘opportunities’ in mines charter

Zwane plans provincial roadshows ‘to raise awareness and take the charter to the people’

Solidarity gets nod for metals council probe

The decision comes at the start of what is expected to be a tough wage-negotiations season

Cosatu delays meeting with ANC at 11th hour

Federation denies reports of a boycott and says it could not go ahead without the full complement of its leadership

Nehawu to strike at Dube Trade Port after talks deadlock

National Health Education and Allied Workers Union in KwaZulu-Natal is preparing to strike after wage negotiations reach an impasse

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