Amcu vows to bring platinum industry to its knees

Union boss Joseph Mathunjwa warns of mass action over retrenchments that will bring down platinum belt and SA's economy

Eskom lodges dispute at CCMA as unions dig in over wildcat strikers

The unions want the power utility to agree that their members will keep their jobs regardless of disciplinary action outcomes

Demand for justice on eve of Marikana massacre commemorations

Institute for Security Studies report says police commanders who authorised the gunning down of 34 miners ‘should be a priority for prosecution by the ...

Marikana report sheds some light on events, but angers others

The Institute for Security Studies finds no evidence of miners attacking police at some times during the day, and lays some blame with the miners

ANC wants urgent meeting with partners about job losses in mining

The ANC says the wave of recent retrenchment announcements are due to management failures, not a productivity issue

Cosatu to take to the streets over unemployment

The federation plans to march against job losses, unemployment and possible public sector retrenchments

Gautrain strike over: workers to get 8% salary hike

Bombela and Untu have agreed to a R5,000 incentive bonus, a R900 housing allowance and continued medical subsidies

Numsa to list financial services firm on JSE

The National Union of Metal Workers of SA is planning to list 360 Financial Services Group in the next two years

Amcu threatens to shut down Impala’s mines over job cuts

Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa proposes that the government nationalise the five of 11 shafts that Implats has proposed closing or selling

Victory for ex-Aurora employees as they finally get overdue salaries

This comes after an eight-year battle against the former directors, which include Khulubuse Zuma and Zondwa Mandela, who were found guilty of stripping mine’s ...

Eskom workers offered a one-off cash payment of R10,000

Talks between Eskom and unions hit a stumbling block after the cash-strapped power utility refused to pay bonuses

NUM to discuss Eskom pay offer with union members

Solidarity has accepted a wage offer from Eskom and Numsa says it will also take the latest wage offer to its members for approval

Labour unrest forces Eskom to start power cuts

Power cuts during the winter are likely to cause hardship for millions of people

Load-shedding highly likely as Eskom strike continues

Eskom says ‘incidents of intimidation and blockades’, including supplies of coal being disrupted, means the load-shedding risk is high

WATCH: Victory in battle against labour broking in Constitutional Court

Pheteni Nkuna, senior associate of employment law at Hogan Lovells joined Business Day TV to discuss the trickle down effect of the ruling on the labour market ...

ANC and unions welcome court ruling on labour brokers

The ANC lauds the ruling’s clarification on the status of employer and employee, while Saftu says labour broking had led to ‘form of human trafficking’

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