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Numsa calls on Saps to pay 10111 workers more

2017-07-22 16:12

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has called on Saps to ensure that 10 111 call centre workers were fairly remunerated.

Numsa wins victory for temporary workers in Labour Appeals Court

2017-07-15 17:09

Numsa has won a victory for temporary workers, after the Labour Appeals Court ruled that workers, who are contracted by temporary employment services, automatically become permanent employees if they work at a company for longer than three months.

Engineering strike ‘inevitable’, says Numsa seeking 15% wage hike

2017-06-08 13:23

Numsa says employers in the engineering sector have responded to its 15% wage increase with proposals that will result in a downward variation of conditions.

Job loss fears as GM pulls out of SA

2017-05-18 17:11

There are concerns over possible job losses that may result following car manufacturer and retailer GM’s decision to dis-invest from South Africa.

SAFTU set for a Nedlac showdown

2017-05-07 06:12

The newly formed SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) will soon apply for its seat at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac), where it will have its first confrontation with the three major incumbent labour federations.

Questions over equal pay for equal work at RAF

2017-04-24 06:43

Labour unions Numsa and Satawu are raising questions about the salary scales for employees at the Road Accident Fund.

Numsa accepts new terms in bus strike negotiations

2017-04-18 15:16

Numsa says it has ended its consultation with workers in the passenger bus sector following a week of striking, after its members accepted new terms.

Numsa announces national bus strike is over

2017-04-15 16:35

Numsa says it has accepted "a sell-out deal for the sake of industrial peace and stability in the bus sector".

Translux, City to City buses back on the road after wage agreement

2017-04-14 11:01

Autopax, the operator of Translux and City to City, has confirmed it has signed a wage agreement which will effectively see its services resume operations.

Numsa rejects offer in bus strike

2017-04-12 15:23

Numsa says it has rejected an offer by long-distance bus company Autopax, partly to avoid parallel negotiations outside the bargaining council.

 

Strike warning: Numsa warns of more Medupi and Kusile delays

2017-07-18 19:04

Numsa has warned that further construction delays at Eskom’s coal power plants Medupi and Kusile could occur if they go on strike in the engineering and metals sector.

Numsa blames ANC's minimum wage policy for 'chaos', strike plans

2017-07-07 18:48

The ANC's national minimum wage policy is causing chaos in the engineering sector, claims the National Union of Metalworkers of SA as it prepares to strike.

Thembisile Yende's death: Eskom has explaining to do, says Lesufi

2017-05-31 12:43

Eskom has a lot of explaining to do about the death of its employee Thembisile Yende, whose body lay at their Springs offices for 10 days before it was discovered.

Road fund probed over ‘maladministration’

2017-05-14 06:23

The Office of the Public Protector has confirmed it would be investigating the Road Accident Fund (RAF) for maladministration.

New union will not chase after Number 1

2017-04-30 06:01

The newly formed trade union federation will not be joining any “Zuma must go” marches, saying South Africa’s problems are bigger than President Jacob Zuma.

Labour’s ‘new dawn’

2017-04-23 06:43

New union federation is already 700 000 strong and aims to breathe new life into SA’s labour sector.

Easier travel expected after Easter weekend

2017-04-16 06:00

Bus commuters who experienced problems this week after bus drivers went on strike will be relieved that the strike has ended.

Bus strike called off, but Numsa vows to continue

2017-04-14 11:46

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant announces that the bus strike is now over as the majority of unions reached an agreement.

Autopax denies making Numsa an offer

2017-04-12 20:59

Autopax has responded to claims made by Numsa's Norman Malume that the company made an offer to its employees to end the bus strike.

New twist in IPP battle as Eskom may close stations early

2017-04-09 07:22

Eskom has been vague about five power stations that will have to close early due to the expected inclusion of more renewable energy producers.

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