At a meeting between Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, the South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), Gordhan reportedly told the unions, as well as South African Airways executives, that national government would not get involved in the current wage dispute.[…]
Wage negotiations in the private security sector remain deadlocked and a strike by security guards across the country is likely. The Democratised Transport Logistics and Allied Workers Union (Detawu) and South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu) are among the unions heading to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and[…]
Firefighters in Cape Town are threatening to cut their working hours if the City of Cape Town refuses to heed their demands. Firefighters are arguing that the City is underpaying them by refusing to pay them for the full hours worked, while the City insists that the current “crisis” is[…]
The labour court will rule on Thursday morning on whether it will stop the banking sector strike scheduled for Friday. The protest is planned by union federation Cosatu and the South African Society of Bank Officials (Sasbo) against retrenchments in the banking sector. Questions over whether a notice to strike[…]
A major banking shutdown is expected this Friday, 27 September. The shutdown will be taking place due to industrial action within the banking sector, brought about amid planned large-scale retrenchments, ongoing job losses, concerns around upskilling and the fourth industrial revolution and salary structures. The strikes are planned by finance[…]
The country’s largest financial union is planning a major strike to take place at the end of this month. Tools will be downed as Sasbo members prepare to protest over planned retrenchments in the banking sector. Sasbo – or the South African Society of Bank Officials – is 73 000[…]
South Africa’s platinum giant Anglo American Platinum said Monday it had sacked more than 600 workers at its mine in northern Limpopo province for staging an illegal strike over health insurance. Why did Anglo American fire its workers? The company said the 643 workers had embarked on the strike over changes in[…]
The National Health Education and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) says it is still engaging its members on SA Revenue Service (SARS) latest wage offer. This as workers affiliated to labour union Public Servants Association of South Africa (PSA) are reporting for work on Tuesday morning. The PSA – which is the majority[…]
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