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Agri jobs boom despite crippling drought 2017-10-19 [Cape Argus]

Forestry company condemns violence and intimidation against non-striking employees 2017-10-17 [Talk of the Town]

Cosatu threatens protest action at Saturday’s Test between the Boks and the All Blacks 2017-10-04 [The Times]

City calls for urgent arrest following murder of Golden Arrow bus driver 2017-09-25 [Eyewitness News]

COSATU lays criminal charges against Metrorail 2017-09-21 [Eyewitness News]

Shoprite cashiers who accepted tips in court for theft 2017-09-20 [TimesLive]

The taxi strike in Cape Town is over 2017-09-18 [TimesLive]

Taxi strikes loom in Western Cape, Tshwane 2017-09-18 [Eyewitness News]

Cape to brace for illegal taxi strike 2017-09-17 [Weekend Argus]

Nehawu Statement On Averted Strike At UCT 2017-09-16 [COSATU]

United UCT worker, student front 'gained negotiations victory' 2017-09-15 [The Independent]

UCT and five unions reach agreement 2017-09-15 [The Times]

UCT in talks with union to avoid strike 2017-09-10 [Eyewitness News]

UCT workers slam strike cancellation 2017-09-07 [Cape Argus]

UCT workers slam strike cancellation 2017-09-07 [The Independent]

UCT confirms withdrawal of strike notice by union 2017-09-07 [Eyewitness News]

UCT braces for worker strike 2017-09-06 [Eyewitness News]

UCT Will Not Be Shut Down On Wednesday Morning 2017-09-06 [Daily Vox]

‘Shutdown’ of UCT will be disastrous, university warns Fees Must Fall protesters 2017-09-06 [Business Day]

University of Cape Town workers to strike over working conditions 2017-09-05 [GroundUp]

Numsa condemns vicious criminal attack on its members 2017-08-20 [The Citizen/ANA]

Union fined for posting threatening strike action pictures on WhatsApp and Facebook 2017-08-16 [BizTech]

Farming jobs at risk as Cape’s dry spell drags on 2017-08-15 [Business Day]

UCT staff decry ‘callous’ executive 2017-08-11 [Cape Times]

Farm residents in fear of eviction 2017-07-18 [Cape Argus]

Teacher unions to oppose province's 'independent state' move 2017-07-05 [Cape Times]

Cape Town family waits for closure after provincial mortuary workers strike 2017-07-02 [Eyewitness News]

NEHAWU suspends pathology workers strike at 5 WC mortuaries 2017-06-29 [Eyewitness News]

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

Cosatu leads WC march against women, child abuse 2017-06-08 [Eyewitness News]

Water crisis much worse than City indicates – Cosatu open letter 2017-05-11 [Cape Times]

COSATU calls for Mayor De Lille to step down due to water crisis in the City of Cape Town 2017-05-05 [COSATU]

Golden Arrow, MyCiTi to resume bus services on Saturday 2017-04-15 [The Citizen]

#BusStrike to affect masses 2017-04-12 [Cape Argus]

Battle for Toilet Cleaning Jobs in Gugulethu 2017-03-30 [GroundUp]

Cosatu to gatecrash Mayor Patricia De Lillie's Free Busses for the wealthy on Sunday March 19th 2017-03-19 [COSATU]

Now Sassa workers go on strike 2017-03-14 [Netwerk24]

Cosatu to protest over Western Cape water crisis 2017-03-03 [News24]

Transport union to take Prasa to court for workers protection 2017-02-04 [The Citizen]

SACTWU on strike at Queenspark 2016-10-26 [COSATU]

Clothing union strikes 2016-10-24 [IOL]

Unions warn of secondary solidarity strikes if Robertson wage talks fail 2016-10-21 [The Independent]

Cosatu WC strike on 7th October 2016 2016-10-07 [COSATU]

Samwu threatens to strike against 12 municipalities 2016-10-01 [Eyewitness News]

End in sight for Table Mountain cableway workers’ strike 2016-09-29 [Eyewitness News]

Cableway will roll as workers picket 2016-09-28 [The Times]

Alpha Pharm endagers patients lives 2016-07-28 [COSATU]

Sadtu to honour its late deputy general secretary 2016-07-22 [COSATU]

Cosatu threatens strike over Cape Town transport woes 2016-07-13 [Business Day]

Cosatu memorandum to Metro Rail, City of Cape Town, Provincial Government and Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry 2016-07-13 [COSATU]

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