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Today's news - KwaZulu-Natal

Paramedic: “We are scared of the community we work for” 2017-12-14 [GroundUp]

Cosatu members protest after Durban company strips female workers naked 2017-12-08 [TimesLIVE]

Unions probe claims that Durban factory workers were strip-searched 2017-12-07 [The Independent]

eThekwini goes hi-tech to halt illicit leave jaunts 2017-12-06 [The Mercury]

UKZN academics unhappy over 'exploitation' 2017-12-04 [Sunday Independent]

Junior doctors fear internship crisis 2017-11-30 [The Mercury]

Union tells government to 'fix the mess' at KZN's health department or else ... 2017-11-25 [IOL/ANA]

Court likens private estate's 'repressive' domestic worker rules to apartheid 2017-11-20 [News24]

Cops promise swift action after four officers were shot in less than three days 2017-11-20 [TimesLive]

Ugu water crisis: Residents expected to file charges 2017-11-16 [The Mercury]

Whirlpool workers in KZN on strike over housing
 2017-11-09 [Business Report]

Ugu workers down tools - again 2017-11-09 [News24]

Agreement to ease Ugu water woes 2017-11-07 [IOL]

Disgruntled workers cause water cuts on South Coast 2017-11-06 [Independent on Saturday]

Limusa members’ strike at Toyota unit in Durban enters fifth day 2017-10-26 [Business Day]

Workers on strike for union recognition at Toyota’s subsidiary 2017-10-23 [The Citizen]

10 000 people queue to be cops 2017-10-23 [Independent on Saturday]

Billing staff want answers 2017-10-23 [Daily News]

Workers down tools at SA plastic factory over harsh working conditions 2017-10-17 [The Citizen/ANA]

Mine workers call off strike 2017-10-17 [Zululand Observer]

KZN miners end five day underground sit-in 2017-10-16 [Fin24]

Teachers’ union paints Durban red 2017-10-16 [SowetanLive]

Cosatu calls for 'dysfunctional' Msunduzi municipality to be put under administration 2017-10-09 [News24]

NUMSA reaches deal with South32 2017-10-06 [Eyewitness News]

Diaper company manager arrested for allegedly assaulting, bribing inspectors 2017-10-06 [News24]

Numsa intensifies its wage strike in Richards Bay 2017-10-03 [Business Report]

Metal workers to intensify wage strike at South 32 2017-10-03 [The Citizen/ANA]

Numsa members down tools at South 32 2017-10-01 [TimesLive]

Shoppers leave as striking staff close Makro 2017-10-01 [The Witness]

KZN teachers face pay docking over Cosatu strike 2017-09-28 [The Times]

Cosatu march to bring city to standstill 2017-09-24 [Sunday Tribune]

Plastics company’s racism, low wages unacceptable – Numsa 2017-09-24 [City Press]

NUMSA rejects Mpact Plastics latest wage offer 2017-09-20 [Business Report]

Union plans to bring city to a halt 2017-09-16 [The Independent]

Numsa downs tools at plastic factory in KZN 2017-09-13 [The Citizen/ANA]

FAWU wants a liveable wage for its members 2017-08-08 [Berea Mail]

Cosatu stands behind retrenched Rainbow Chicken workers 2017-08-06 [East Coast Radio]

State laboratory employees march in Pietermaritzburg 2017-08-01 [Ground Up]

DENOSA relieved that KZN nurses finally got their uniform allowances today 2017-07-21 [COSATU]

Health workers union threatens to down tools again 2017-07-18 [East Coast Radio]

Numsa to march on Transnet Richards Bay 2017-07-06 [The Citizen]

Call for probe into KZN radiotherapy equipment tender 2017-07-02 [The Independent]

Union suspends sugar workers strike pending talks 2017-06-28 [The Citizen]

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

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

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

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

NUMSA to mark 30th anniversary with celebration on May Day 2017-04-30 [Eyewitness News]

Ugu workers strike again, demanding answers on Sanlam policies 2017-04-04 [The Herald]

Staff assaulted and rhino slaughtered in animal orphanage attack 2017-02-23 [The Herald ]

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