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 ...

Nehawu accepts offer, officially ending Sars strike

Sars employees, represented by Nehawu and the PSA, embarked on a strike last week after wage and benefit talks stalled

Sars strike fizzling out as PSA accepts latest offer

The settlement includes an 8% increase in the first year of the multiterm agreement, while the second and third year will be CPI plus 2%

Sars employees to embark on indefinite strike on Thursday

Two unions that represent almost 10,000 workers rejected the tax agency’s final wage offer of 8% across the board on Tuesday evening

Labour court stymies Amcu yet again in Sibanye strike

Labour Court throws out Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union’s appeal against union verification process

Can underperforming Sars avert a crippling strike?

Almost 10,000 employees could down pens on Thursday as unions demand a double-digit increase and an end to cutbacks

National Union of Mineworkers agrees to rethink shutdown at Eskom

Union might call off strike action in May after talks with president and top ministers yield 'quality results'

Sibanye strike hangs on critical labour court judgment

A four-month wage strike by Amcu at Sibanye-Stillwater’s gold mines could be decided in a ruling on Wednesday 

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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