Chaos by striking eThekwini workers will not be tolerated, says cabinet

Thirteen Samwu workers were arrested for taking part in the wildcat strike last week, and more than 70 have been served with notices

Cosatu rejects ‘anti-worker’ DA bill

The DA bill proposes the adoption of a fiscal anchor to control government debt

RAF granted court interdict against Numsa shutdown over ‘incompetent’ CEO

Union general secretary Irvin Jim says the fund has been served with a 48-hour strike notice

Bus drivers to consider fresh pay offer in last bid to avert national strike

Agreement expires on March 31, which could leave tens of thousands of commuters stranded over Easter

Cosatu’s ‘election war rooms’ for ANC receive mixed responses from unions

While one leader rejected the decision, others say they have yet to discuss it

Samwu to table 15% wage increase due to rising cost of living

The municipal workers union has consolidated mandates from provincial structures for wages three times the inflation rate

Numsa threatens Putco with court action after wildcat strike

Talks with management failed to resolve outstanding issues, says union

Unions slam mining companies’ ‘co-ordinated’ job cuts

Miners say the looming retrenchments are due to falling commodity prices and persistent power cuts

DAVID DICKINSON and THABANG MOHLALA: Labour broking alive and well while the CCMA bumbles

Labour-hiring firms still use exploitative labour broking — and the bargaining councils, CCMA and Labour Court are complicit in this

Cosatu leader Zingiswa Losi warns workers against ‘turning backs’ on ANC

‘We dare not abandon where we are coming from and our gains, more so when challenges facing workers are great’

More than 4,000 Implats workers stage stayaway

Platinum producer hit by protests last year says two of its shafts have not opened

Criminal charges opened after ‘assaults underground’ at Gold One mine

The protesters allegedly became violent towards colleagues on Sunday, says Ziyaad Hassan, head of legal affairs at the mine

Implats shaft accident survivor recalls free-falling nightmare

Zaphalala Mzo from Qumbu says he does not want to work underground again

Labour appeal court sides with Ruth Ntlokotse over Numsa suspension

Accreditation of delegates at the union’s national congress last year also found invalid

NUM says 10,000 mining jobs may be lost in the next two months

Union says the job losses are a huge blow to sector battling Transnet’s dysfunction and power cuts