ARTICLES RELATING TO SOLIDARITY

ArcelorMittal drops 'quota system' for new jobs

2016-08-28 10:00

ArcelorMittal has withdrawn a policy giving 100% preference to certain designated groups when making external appointments, says Solidarity.

Govt blamed for battered economy, jobs market

2016-08-22 20:08

The government has been blamed for dragging down an already bruised economy, as the South African labour environment suffers declining job and wage security.

CCMA steps in to defuse Eskom wage dispute

2016-08-10 13:49

The CCMA will take over negotiations between unions and Eskom regarding a wage dispute.

SABC journalists expected back at work... again

2016-07-28 07:13

It will be an attempt at second time lucky for four fired SABC journalists when they try to return to work, a day after the broadcaster refused to let them back in.

Battle won, but war must go on - Solidarity on SABC

2016-07-26 11:50

The Labour Court’s ruling that four of the axed SABC journalists must be reinstated is the first victory in a larger battle against those who feel that the Constitution does not apply to them, trade union Solidarity says.

SABC journalists will be back at work soon – Solidarity

2016-07-24 14:12

Trade union Solidarity has high hopes the Labour Court will set aside the dismissal of four journalists fired by the South African Broadcasting Corporation.

Democracy will win, Motsoeneng will lose - Solidarity

2016-07-21 10:40

The case of four of the fired SABC journalists has a strong chance of success in the Labour Court in Johannesburg and will prove that the broadcaster's COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, can't hide from the law, trade union Solidarity says.

Eskom to respond to Numsa's demands within seven days

2016-07-19 13:59

Eskom says it will respond to demands tabled by union Numsa - among them a R5 000 housing allowance and a salary hike of at least 20% - within a week.

SABC journalists want suspensions lifted

2016-07-10 19:07

Certain suspended SABC journalists want their suspensions lifted following the indefinite postponement of their disciplinary hearings, trade union Solidarity said, adding that the next move would be the Labour Court.

Eskom, unions in war of words about wages, bonuses

2016-06-24 20:14

Eskom and trade unions Numsa and NUM have embarked on a war of words about the power utility's wage offer and accusations are flying about multi-million rand bonuses.

 

SABC must pay back the money - Solidarity

2016-08-25 20:28

Trade union Solidarity wants the SABC’s submission on why it should not pay the fees it incurred defending a group of fired reporters, to be held in open court.

Not all unions on board with Eskom wage deal

2016-08-12 10:36

Eskom has reached a two-year wage agreement with two of the three unions it recognises, ending what it deems to have been an illegal strike action.

Solidarity, police settle in landmark affirmative action case

2016-07-31 18:37

Trade union Solidarity has welcomed a "landmark" settlement with the South African Police Service that will directly affect the promotion of more than 3 000 officers.

SABC to appeal Labour Court order

2016-07-27 07:47

The SABC will reportedly appeal the Labour Court order that it reinstate four journalists that were recently dismissed, and will not allow them back into their offices.

Judgment in SABC four case expected on Tuesday

2016-07-25 09:00

Judgment in the case of the four SABC employees who were fired will be handed down in Cape Town on Tuesday, trade union Solidarity says.

SABC Labour Court case postponed to Friday

2016-07-21 11:32

The Labour Court bid by four sacked SABC journalists to get their jobs back has been postponed to allow the broadcaster time to file court papers.

Du Plessis: Labour mustn’t trash economy – just stick to plan we all agreed

2016-07-19 20:09

This year’s strike season will be a make-or-break situation, and there is a huge onus on Amcu, Numsa and all involved in wage talks to let collective bargaining prevail.

SABC behaving like 'kangaroo court' - Solidarity

2016-07-19 11:07

Trade union Solidarity is to ask the Labour Court to set aside the SABC's decision to dismiss four of the eight journalists it suspended.

Lily Mine workers back to square one as investor stalls

2016-07-08 16:31

Lily Mine workers are facing a total collapse of the life they have known for the past 10 years unless the mine finds an investor.

Solidarity and Safair still disagree

2016-06-02 17:45

Trade union Solidarity and Safair are entangled in a dispute where both parties seem to be misunderstanding each other.

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