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ArcelorMittal South Africa strike will continue, says Numsa [The Citizen] 2019-03-19

Amcu to challenge strike ruling [The Independent] 2019-03-18

Minister Mantashe ropes in colleagues to help deal with violent mining strike [Sunday Independent] 2019-03-17

Workers in SA automotive sector must have a stake – Numsa [ANA/The Citizen] 2019-03-14

Gauteng Blue Ribbon employees hail 'victory' after 105-day strike [The Independent] 2019-03-14

Gauteng Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital workers refuse to work over concerns [Eyewitness News] 2019-03-06

Aggrieved Early Childhood Development workers march to Union Buildings [The Independent] 2019-03-05

ANC, EFF MPs ‘turn backs on sugar industry’s problems’ [The Citizen] 2019-03-02

Mining companies take on Amcu to prevent secondary strike [Business Day] 2019-02-27

Western Cape Premier Blue Ribbon Salt River strike enters fourth month [GroundUp] 2019-02-26

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South Africa: Workers striking against precarious work at Arcelor Mittal 2019-03-20 [IndustriALL]

Amcu accepts CCMA proposed settlement 2019-03-19 [Sowetan]

Police officers march to Parliament 2019-03-19 [GroundUp]

Encouraging police officers to strike is reckless, says Public Service Association 2019-03-19 [ANA/IOL]

NUM warms up to Eskom unbundling after meeting with Ramaphosa 2019-03-19 [Sowetan]

NUM march against Eskom unbundling to go ahead despite high-level govt meeting 2019-03-19 [Eyewitness News]

Mineworkers agrees to rethink shutdown at Eskom 2019-03-19 [Business Day]

SAFTU statement on plight of police and a call on SAPU to address this injustice! 2019-03-19 [SAFTU]

ArcelorMittal South Africa strike will continue, says Numsa 2019-03-19 [The Citizen]

Gauteng Amcu loses another court battle over mine strike 2019-03-19 [Business Day]

Workers want more say in car manufacturing industry 2019-03-18 [The Independent]

Misinformation causing unnecessary confusion 2019-03-18 [POPCRU]

Contractors will down tools, Numsa warns ArcelorMittal 2019-03-18 [The Independent]

Amcu to challenge strike ruling 2019-03-18 [The Independent]

Channeling Thatcher: South Africa’s President Takes On Its Unions 2019-03-18 [Bloomberg]

SAFTU Special NEC held on 13 March 2019 2019-03-17 [SAFTU]

SAFTU statement on the Standard Bank decision to cut 1200 jobs 2019-03-17 [SAFTU]

Workers in SA automotive sector must have a stake – Numsa 2019-03-17 [ANA/The Citizen]

NUMSA threatens to boycott all American products 2019-03-17 [SABC]

Court stops platinum workers joining strike 2019-03-17 [City Press]

Minister Mantashe ropes in colleagues to help deal with violent mining strike 2019-03-17 [Sunday Independent]

SACTWU concerned about illegal imports 2019-03-17 [SABC]

KwaZulu-Natal Investigation clears Sadtu’s Caluza of fraud 2019-03-17 [The Mercury]

Popcru rejects police strike claim as 'peddling of lies' 2019-03-17 [Sunday World]

SSA report leaves some ministers, senior officials sweating 2019-03-17 [Sunday Independent]

Curb the destructive power of unions 2019-03-17 [Daily Maverick]

Disgruntled SAPS members form new union 2019-03-17 [eNCA]

Gauteng Taxi closures stay despite truce 2019-03-17 [The Independent]

Strike called off as police union to meet minister, top cop 2019-03-14 [Eyewitness News]

Workers in SA automotive sector must have a stake – Numsa 2019-03-14 [ANA/The Citizen]

Gauteng Blue Ribbon employees hail 'victory' after 105-day strike 2019-03-14 [The Independent]

Cele to meet union bosses in mine strike 2019-03-14 [The Independent]

Labour Dept praised for tackling Samwu, other unions under Labour Relations Act 2019-03-07 [Eyewitness News]

Absa could cut hundreds of jobs, union says 2019-03-07 [NASDAQ]

Gauteng Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital workers refuse to work over concerns 2019-03-06 [Eyewitness News]

Union at Tiso Blackstar plans go-slow and strike over pay, bonuses 2019-03-06 [Fin 24]

Aggrieved Early Childhood Development workers march to Union Buildings 2019-03-05 [The Independent]

Gauteng Mines minister calls on police to quell violence at Sibanye mine 2019-03-05 [Reuters]

Krugersdorp Hospital Strike: ‘No Crisis, Everything Under Control’ 2019-03-05 [iAfrica]

ANC, EFF MPs ‘turn backs on sugar industry’s problems’ 2019-03-02 [The Citizen]

Nehawu calls off TVET, CET College national strike 2019-03-02 [ANA/IOL]

Mugg & Bean grinds waitrons with threats of dismissal 2019-03-02 [The Citizen]

Gauteng Abet teachers on strike to secure permanent posts 2019-03-02 [Sowetan]

Gauteng Department of Health to finally move headquarters from 'sick' Civitas building 2019-03-02 [Health24]

KwaZulu-Natal Striking cleaners return to work 2019-02-28 [Maritzburg Sun]

No end in sight for TVET strike 2019-02-28 [Lowvelder]

Correctional Services must abide by ConCourt ruling on SACOSWU 2019-02-27 [SAFTU]

SAFTU condemns Zimbabwe arrest of international union leader 2019-02-27 [SAFTU]

Cell C workers protest due to no bonus payments 2019-02-27 [Business Report]

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