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eThekwini's uncollected rubbish causes huge irritation for residents 2019-05-20 [Sunday Tribune]

Six eThekwini MKMVA members suspended for assault on city workers 2019-05-18 [Daily News]

Unpaid teachers who staged sit-in at private Durban school fired 2019-05-16 [Daily News]

Northern KZN towns' taps running dry amid ongoing strike 2019-05-16 [Daily News]

Calm restored after truck driver protest at Durban container terminal 2019-05-16 [News24]

Solid waste workers demand permanent jobs in Durban 2019-05-16 [GroundUp]

More Durban disruptions likely as city strike set to go on 2019-05-05 [The Independent]

eThekwini workers strike leaves property destruction of over R3.5m 2019-05-04 [ANA/The Citizen]

UPDATE: Durban reservoir may have been damaged by ‘structural defects’ 2019-05-04 [ANA/The Citizen]

 VIDEO Police fire rubber bullets, arrest striking Durban city workers 2019-05-03 [The Independent]

Angry eThekwini workers trash city over MK vets salary increases 2019-05-02 [Daily News]

Cosatu says main May Day rally 'not going to be a normal' one 2019-04-25 [IOL]

Durban school principal suspended amid claims of bullying, sexual abuse 2019-04-11 [Daily News]

People with disabilities demand jobs 2019-04-05 [GroundUp]

Beware political interference perceptions in high profile arrests – Cosatu 2019-04-03 [ANA/The Citizen]

Trucks burnt on N3, major Gauteng-KZN route shut in both directions 2019-03-28 [TimesLIVE]

This municipality is set to retrench half its staff 2019-03-25 [Sunday Tribune]

‘Resolve our issues or we strike’ 2019-03-22 [News24]

Three shot dead in Mbali 2019-03-22 [News24]

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

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

Eight people arrested as Nehawu, TVET students storm Durban ICC 2019-02-26 [Sunday Tribune]

Workers in finance department down tools in Pietermaritzburg 2019-02-23 [GroundUp]

Newcastle textile industry workers conditions resemble 'modern day slavery' 2019-02-21 [The Mercury]

Retrenchments at South32’s Hillside smelter could affect up to 500 jobs – Solidarity 2019-02-20 [Mining Weekly]

NEHAWU shuts down TVET colleges in Pietermaritzburg 2019-02-20 [GroundUp]

Crisis looms as waste piles up 2019-02-19 [The Witness]

Fraud case opened against provincial Sadtu secretary 2019-02-04 [Daily News]

NUM enraged by Somkhele’s decision 2019-01-29 [Mining Review]

Nurses’ union calls for more state jobs 2019-01-29 [Weekend Argus]

NUM heading to CCMA over 'decision to retrench workers' at KZN coal mine 2019-01-26 [The Independent]

No places for 10 000 nursing students 2019-01-22 [Sunday Tribune]

No jobs, no vote, say angry nurses 2019-01-22 [GroundUp]

Nzimande condemns blocking of N3 by protesting truck drivers 2019-01-15 [ANA/IOL]

Denosa may take the Health Department to court 2019-01-09 [The Mercury]

SAFTU slams celebration of ‘mediocre’ matric pass rate 2019-01-07 [Eyewitness News]

Mortuary workers return to work after arrests 2018-12-13 [GroundUp]

Family force ‘go fast’ at mortuary 2018-12-13 [News24]

Dead bodies pile up at KZN mortuaries as strike goes on 2018-12-12 [Business Day]

Mortuary employees arrested for defying court order to end go-slow 2018-12-12 [GroundUp]

Nehawu members block the N3, call for two MECs to be axed 2018-12-09 [News24]

Strikers barricade mortuary 2018-12-09 [GroundUp]

Government Mortuary Workers Face Jail If They Don't Return to Work 2018-12-06 [allAfrica]

NUMSA victorious against Transnet! 2018-12-06 [NUMSA]

Striking mortuary staff told to return to work or be arrested 2018-12-06 [TimesLIVE]

Go back to work or face arrest - Health MEC tells mortuary staff 2018-12-05 [Eyewitness News]

Nurses’ union calls for resolution in mortuary strike 2018-12-04 [ANA/The Citizen]

IFP calls on Ramaphosa to intervene in mortuary strike 2018-11-30 [ANA/IOL]

Angry workers shut down mortuary 2018-11-28 [GroundUp]

Workers vow to shut down mortuaries 2018-11-26 [The Independent]

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