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Union members ‘losing farm jobs’ 2018-01-20 [The Independent]

Dis-Chem Accused of Victimising Union Members 2018-01-19 [allAfrica]

Concern over protracted strike at Tongaat Hulett Starch Division 2018-01-19 [The New Age]

First-year nursing candidates to begin academic year in April 2018-01-19 [Eyewitness News]

Numsa calls for DRC’s Kabila to go 2018-01-19 [The Citizen]

Vice Chancellor Habib calls for compromise as staff rejects Wits University wage offer 2018-01-19 [Business Day]

NEHAWU: Unisa strike will continue if demands not met 2018-01-19 [Eyewitness News]

Lewis barred from retrenching in new merger – Tribunal 2018-01-19 [Fin24]

Sadtu rejects state’s salary increase offer 2018-01-19 [The Star]

Public service wage outcome will set the tone for other sectors 2018-01-19 [BusinessLive]

PIC chairperson should be appointed by Cabinet, says the DA 2018-01-19 [Business Day]

Fedusa heads to Steinhoff offices to get access to company records 2018-01-19 [Business Day]

Nehawu goes on strike at Unisa 2018-01-19 [eNCA]

Sasco‚ Nehawu shut down Unisa 2018-01-19 [TimesLive]

No liquidity plan yet but Denel is sure it can pay staff 2018-01-19 [Business Day]

Cosatu hopes freezing of assets, commission is 'beginning of end' of Gupta patronage network 2018-01-19 [News24]

Striking Dischem workers demand bonuses 2018-01-18 [eNCA]

Unions back Dis-Chem workers' strike 2018-01-17 [The Namibian]

UPDATE: Nehawu goes on strike at Unisa 2018-01-17 [ENCA]

Dis-Chem workers go on strike over bonuses 2018-01-17 [Times Live]

Dis-Chem workers to go on nationwide strike 2018-01-17 [ANA/eNCA]

‘It will affect the sick and the frail’ but Dis-Chem employees are set to strike 2018-01-17 [City Press]

SAFTU backs workers strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies 2018-01-17 [IOL]

Public engagements on national minimum wage set to resume 2018-01-17 [ANA/The Citizen]

'Ignore ads for SANDF jobs' 2018-01-17 [Pretoria News]

NHI payment issues resolved, department says 2018-01-17 [SAnews.gov.za]

Transnet digs heels in over revised wage offer 2018-01-17 [Engineering News]

Desperate domestic workers reject pay increase 2018-01-16 [The Independent]

Wits workers threaten to strike over wage increase 2018-01-16 [The Times]

Dis-Chem workers to go on nationwide strike 2018-01-16 [The Citizen]

SAFTU commends Prosecuting Authority for preservation order against McKinsey, Trillian 2018-01-16 [Eyewitness News]

NUMSA Condemns WOF for Delaying to Pay High Wages to Its Workers 2018-01-16 [Newsclick]

Axed Satawu boss points fingers at colleagues 2018-01-16 [Fin24]

Finances plague NHI pilot project 2018-01-16 [City Press]

Gupta arrest warrant imminent 2018-01-16 [City Press]

Gupta-linked Trillian and McKinsey’s assets to be frozen by order of High Court 2018-01-16 [Daily Maverick]

Net tightens on Gupta-linked Trillian 2018-01-16 [Business Day]

Workers threaten countrywide strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies 2018-01-15 [ANA]

Cosatu calls on ANC to give its government a 'facelift' 2018-01-15 [ANA]

EFF ‘bad employers’ 
 2018-01-15 [Sunday Independent]

Inside Labour: Hope as we confront the mire of 2018 2018-01-15 [Fin24]

Workers threaten countrywide strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies 2018-01-13 [The Citizen]

NSFAS employees affiliated to NEHAWU to embark on nationwide strike 2018-01-12 [The Times]

Silicosis trust has awarded quarter of R400m settlement to qualifying former mineworkers 2018-01-11 [Mining Weekly]

Nehawu prepares for strike at NSFAS 2018-01-11 [The New Age]

Lewis ordered to submit acquisition affidavit 2018-01-11 [Business Report]

What's in a name? White Monopoly Capital 2018-01-11 [Daily Maverick]

Gold miners close to silicosis lawsuit settlement: report 2018-01-10 [eNCA]

Union’s job loss concern once Lewis controls UFO 2018-01-10 [The New Age]

Koko’s lawyers send letters to BLSA, Numsa 2018-01-10 [Business Report]

This month in labour history

8-01-1912 The African National Congress is founded in Bloemfontein [more]

9-01-1973 A strike wave begins in Durban when 2000 black brickworkers walk off the job and win a doubling of their wages [more]