The National Union of Mineworkers has issued a notice of a strike in the coal sector after negotiations with the Chamber of Mines collapsed.
Numsa has been mum on its threatened engineering strike, but spoke out on Wednesday about Working on Fire KZN and bonuses at Eskom.
Numsa has urged its members to prepare for industrial action it has termed the ‘mother of all battles’ in the plastics and engineering sectors.
The Economic Freedom Fighter’s (EFF) has had its bank account frozen, after an employee the party fired two years ago won his appeal against his dismissal.
The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (SATAWU) said the country would need to brace itself for a nationwide bus strike, after negotiations with the employer failed this week.
The South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA), Cape Cobras players and members of the board of the Cape Cobras Franchise appeared at a conciliation process meeting held at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) in Cape Town on Tuesday.
The CCMA on 19 August ordered IPID to pay three months’ salaries to Antoinette Mphago, Moses Dlamini and Pule Maoka within 14 days.
The ongoing strike in the petroleum sector may finally come to a halt, as the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) is expected to table a proposal on Wednesday.
The journalists are well within their rights to contest their axings, says ANC deputy secretary general, Jessie Duarte.
NEHAWU approached the CCMA to have Parliament’s review of employees’ performance scores in December 2015 declared as unfair labour practice.