Amcu loses another court battle over mine strike

Union suffers setback as Sibanye-Stillwater is given the legal go-ahead to  retrench staff at gold mines

Medical schemes regulator backs Samwumed curator despite union woes

A number of scheme trustees will be appointed by Samwu, which is facing even bigger problems than those that led to the scheme being put under curatorship

Judge slams Amcu violence and rejects secondary strike

A labour court judge has tough words for union over its history of violent strikes

Work to secure Gupta mine funding down to the wire as employees grow desperate

After four months without income, workers at the Optimum and Koornfontein mines are likely to be paid soon

Cosatu pledges election support for ANC despite affiliates’ threats

Union federation says it is happy with the governing party's pro-worker policies

Cosatu braced for tense meeting on support for ANC

Trade union federation rethinks its resolution to campaign for the governing party in the coming elections

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Unions threaten ‘rolling mass action’ against austerity budget

Public service unions opposed to Eskom unbundling and plan to cut 30,000 jobs in order to cut wage

Amcu threatens to shut down coal, gold and platinum sectors

Secondary strike at some of SA's major miners will be in solidarity with workers at Sibanye-Stillwater who have been on strike for four months

Samwu outraged that City of Joburg has disconnected services

The council says union Samwu owes it R1.2m but the union says this is nonsense

The status quo should remain at Eskom, NUM says

But NUM wants the Eskom board to be fired, questioning its role, given Cyril Ramaphosa’s reliance on the expert panel for a way forward

Widespread Cosatu protests target Eskom unbundling

Thousands demonstrate in eight cities across the country, disrupting schooling and bringing traffic to a standstill

Cosatu welcomes signing of Competition Amendment Bill into law

The union federation says the ‘progressive anti-monopoly legislation’ will help open up the economy and lower prices

Cosatu to protest across the country over job losses

Cosatu says the demonstrations, which will affect traffic in at least eight central business districts, are just the start of a mass campaign 

Cosatu may withdraw its support for ANC before elections

The government’s move to unbundle Eskom is at the centre of the tripartite alliance tiff

Fedusa acts against Dennis George over his acquisition of Ayo shares

The general secretary of Fedusa is accused of acquiring the shares through his company, Difeme, which received pre-listing Ayo shares at R1.50 compared with ...

Cosatu laments poor oversight of PIC by pension fund trustees

Unions federation whose members’ pensions are managed by the PIC wants direct representation on the PIC board

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