Win for Numsa at Labour Court over plastics strike

2018-10-19 20:17

The Labour Court ruled on Friday that the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa's) strike in the plastics sector was legal and that the employers in the sector could not undercut the union and its members’ right to strike.

Court sets aside Nedlac decision on Solidarity strike

2018-09-14 13:40

A court has ruled against a decision by Nedlac to refuse an application by trade union Solidarity to call its 180 000 members out on a nationwide strike.

Solidarity to NYSE: Sasol Khanyisa violates Civil Rights Act

2018-09-06 20:39

Solidarity has written to the New York Stock Exchange over the Sasol Khanyisa share scheme, but Sasol says negative perceptions are a misunderstanding.

Sasol sent strike notice over share scheme, says Solidarity

2018-08-28 14:05

According to trade union Solidarity, 95% of its Sasol members in Sasolburg and 83% of its members at Sasol in Secunda also voted in favour of downing tools over the non-participation of white employees in part of a B-BBEE share scheme.

Eiffel Tower strike ends after deal to tackle long waits

2018-08-03 20:06

The Eiffel Tower plans to test a new access policy for visitors after management reached a deal to end a strike by workers complaining of 'monstrous' waits at the Paris landmark.

Gautrain strike could have devastating economic impact says Chamber of Commerce

2018-07-30 15:50

Commuters have been advised to make alternative transport arrangements as the Gautrain is operating a reduced service, with no off-peak travel and only three stations open.

UNTU announces Gautrain strike

2018-07-29 17:41

The United National Transport Union announced on Sunday that it would begin its strike at Gautrain after talks with the Bombela Operating Company failed.

Vodacom went to court to be allowed to reach shareholders via SMS, because the Post Office was on strike

2018-07-19 09:58

The additional cost to Vodacom and its empowerment structure of not having a reliable postal service for several weeks: R2.5 million.

Further Sassa strike action 'not excluded' following salary negotiation delays

2018-07-17 18:20

The Public Servants Association has called the South African Social Security Agency's attempts to delay salary negotiations irresponsible and has warned that further strike action cannot be excluded.

'We are paid peanuts,' says striking Sassa employee

2018-07-03 17:35

The employees, who are members of the Public Servants' Association, have been on strike for over a month and are demanding a salary increase of up to 13%.


National Bargaining Council suspends Sasol's 'overtime licence' due to health, safety concerns

2018-09-17 14:30

The National Bargaining Council for the Chemical Industry has withdrawn Sasol's variation licence - for employees to work overtime - due to health and safety concerns.

Commission plans to intervene in Sasol strike - Solidarity

2018-09-07 20:49

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration wants to assist in defusing the strike launched by trade union Solidarity at Sasol, over its empowerment share scheme.

Sasol says it's ready for Solidarity’s ‘clever strike’

2018-09-03 18:55

Sasol has contingency plans in place for the strike by Solidarity which could last for three weeks.

Fedusa hopeful as Gautrain talks go into Sunday afternoon

2018-08-12 17:28

The Federation of Unions of South Africa said the United National Transport Union revised its demands downward ahead of talks with Gautrain management company on Sunday.

Gautrain says it has taken legal steps to prevent intimidation during strike

2018-07-30 19:09

It did not on Monday evening divulge details around what the legal actions were, or what additional safety measures it would implement, as the indefinite strike continues.

Gautrain bus delays as first ever strike kicks off

2018-07-30 08:38

Striking workers have blocked the road preventing Gautrain buses from leaving the Midrand depot and as a result, buses have been delayed by approximately an hour, according to Gautrain spokesperson Kesagee Nayager

WATCH: Amazon workers strike across Europe

2018-07-20 07:20

Thousands of Amazon workers go on strike for better working conditions in many European countries, including Germany, Poland and Spain.

SA Post Office and trade unions reach salary agreement

2018-07-18 20:28

The South African Post Office and trade unions have reached an agreement over salary increases, bringing an end to the strike.

Road block for Uber-Grab deal in Singapore

2018-07-06 07:27

Singapore threatened to reverse the sale of Uber's Southeast Asian business to Grab, calling for changes to be made to the deal, which it said infringed competition rules.

UPDATE: Sparing use averts load shedding on Friday

2018-06-22 21:00

Eskom did not have to implement rotational load shedding on Friday thanks to customers using electricity sparingly.

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