Coal miners take on Exxaro in latest class action

Company accused of failing to implement safety measures, resulting in avoidable harm to  employees

Nxesi promises further public consultation on employment equity regulations

Employment Equity Amendment Act empowers the labour minister to regulate sector-specific employment equity targets and to prescribe demographic targets for ...

Gold One suspends operations at Modder East over union recognition

Amcu has lodged an urgent application at the labour court, which will be heard next week Thursday

De Beers, NUM sign historic five-year wage agreement

Parties welcome the deal as bringing stability to the mining sector

Sita board to mull PSA proposals to end wage strike

The union threatened to embark on a ‘national shutdown’ on Wednesday aimed disrupting online services at government departments

PSA strike will disrupt home affairs and Sassa

PSA assistant GM Reuben Maleka says the union is demanding a 7.5% wage increase, while the employer is offering 5%

WATCH: Uncovering an ‘untested’ R5bn UIF deal

Business Day TV speaks to Kabelo Sikiti, an investigative journalist at the Sunday Times

Seifsa chief Elias Monage confident crippling strike can be avoided

Metals and engineering industry body Seifsa gears up for wage talks

Unions challenge SA’s just-transition partnership with rich nations

If partner countries are driven by a desire to help SA, the funding on offer would have included more grants and fewer loans, Numsa says

Nehawu says strike will shut down Icasa offices countrywide

The union served Icasa with a notice to strike last Monday

Union cries foul after members dismissed by strike-battered Tshwane

Imatu refers dispute over ‘unfair dismissals’ amid violent and illegal wage strike

Safcol workers down tools for higher pay

Fawu union members at state forestry company’s Mpumalanga operations want 8% more

Tshwane metro rebuffs Gauteng MEC’s mediation offer in Samwu strike

The option is not an alternative to the decision to take the bargaining council decision on review, executive mayor Cilliers Brink says

Transnet privatisation will lead to job losses, say unions

Untu and Satawu say company will reduce workforce after partial privatisation of Durban port

Another 55 striking Tshwane metro employees fired

This brings the total number of workers fired since the illegal wage strike began two weeks ago to 93

Slight rise in strikes, mostly over pay and permanent jobs

Wages top causes of stoppages, which were mainly in the public sector, according to Casual Workers’ Advice Office

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