KwaZulu-Natal City workers’ union denies sabotage; no end to strike

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Gauteng Deal reached to end mortuary workers strike 2017-06-28 [cNCA]

Nehawu throws its weight behind Cyril in leadership battle 2017-06-28 [The Star]

KwaZulu-Natal City workers’ union denies sabotage; no end to strike 2017-06-28 [News 24]

Hospersa welcomes new exam dates for nursing students 2017-06-28 [News24]

Numsa reiterates demands as it prepares for further negotiations in metals, engineering sector 2017-06-28 [Engineering News]

48 000 Jobs lost during 1st Quarter of 2017 2017-06-28 [Business Report]

R69,000-a-day CEOs 2017-06-28 [The Times]

Junior doctors still awaiting placement 2017-06-28 [Cape Argus]

Never forget Marikana: Interview with the Alan Paton award winner Greg Marinovich 2017-06-27 [Daily Maverick]

'Constitutional democracy' not compatible with democracy – Nehawu 2017-06-27 [News24]

Rare show of unity brings together Cosatu and Business Leadership SA 2017-06-27 [Business Day]

Nehawu: Change Cosatu's constitution before it dies 2017-06-26 [The Mail and Guardian]

FAWU to meet with employer ahead of strike 2017-06-26 [East Coast Radio]

Sibanye says Cooke mine remains closed, 461 'illegal' miners arrested 2017-06-26 [Reuters]

KwaZulu-Natal Workers at South Africa's Illovo sugar farms to strike over pay 2017-06-26 [Engineering News]

AMCU won't support Zwane's mining charter as dept is dysfunctional 2017-06-26 [Eyewitness News]

Numsa gears up for protests 2017-06-26 [Business Day]

Limpopo Lawyer arrested for shooting at farmworkers 2017-06-25 [SABC]

Fury erupts over cancelled nursing exams 2017-06-25 [Sunday Independent]

SA must act fast to avoid revolution 2017-06-25 [City Press]

Cosatu planning shutdown over Zuma 2017-06-25 [City Press]

Poultry sector still bleeding jobs 2017-06-25 [City Press]

KwaZulu-Natal Illovo workers affiliated to fawu threaten to strike as wage talks stall 2017-06-25 [Eyewitness News]

KwaZulu-Natal Sugar workers prepare to strike this week 2017-06-25 [SABC]

Ramaphosa’s Rustenburg riddle: He backs out of NUM youth rally 2017-06-24 [Mail & Guardian]

Nurse activist arrested following clashes with security guards 2017-06-24 [TimesLive]

Nurses union SG arrested after exam cancellation protest 2017-06-24 [News24]

Mortuary strike may end today 2017-06-23 [The Citizen]

Labour Wrap: Public sector set for tough pay talks 2017-06-22 [Fin24]

Gauteng Mortuary strike is all but over, says Nehawu 2017-06-22 [Business Day]

Free State Samwu denies setting Bloemfontein City Hall alight 2017-06-22 [eNCA]

Saftu fully behind Numsa’s wage battle in engineering sector 2017-06-22 [The Citizen]

Gauteng Health unions, govt come to agreement on mortuary 'strike' 2017-06-22 [eNCA]

Players’ union calls for strike to end ‘slave wages’ 2017-06-22 [The Citizen]

Saftu fully behind Numsa's wage battle in engineering sector 2017-06-22 [IOL/ANA]

Gauteng Joburg authorities brace for march by metered taxi drivers 2017-06-22 [Eyewitness News]

Free State 'Disgruntled workers' responsible for Mangaung City Hall fire - Arrive Alive 2017-06-22 [News24]

Leadership fight could threaten Nehawu unity 2017-06-22 [Business Day]

SAFTU: The Tragedy and (Hopefully not) the Farce 2017-06-21 [libcom.org]

Numsa, engineering sector deadlocked on wage agreements 2017-06-21 [eNCA/ANA]

NUM appeals after mine ‘fires 2 000’ workers 2017-06-21 [The Citizen]

Gauteng Mortuary strike: Nehawu, Health MEC to iron out differences 2017-06-21 [Eyewitness News]

Mpumalanga NUM calls off strike at Msobo Coal mine 2017-06-21 [The Citizen]

Western Cape Environ workers stage strike outside WC factory 2017-06-21 [Eyewitness News]

Free State Workers back on duty 2017-06-21 [Express/News24]

Investigate corruption at Prasa or we will strike – NTM and Saftu 2017-06-20 [News24]

PP must not lose sight of recent corruption allegations – SAFTU 2017-06-20 [Politicsweb]

Cosatu, Saftu welcome Public Protector’s Reserve Bank remedial action 2017-06-20 [The Citizen/ANA]

Gauteng Mortuary staff claim they are being underpaid 2017-06-20 [Business Day]

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