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Striking Eskom workers say they cannot survive on their salaries [SowetanLIVE] 2022-06-28

KwaZulu-Natal Samwu members march to Durban City Hall, raise concerns over safety after murders [The Mercury] 2022-06-25

Protests block power plants as pay talks fail [Bloomberg] 2022-06-24

Striking workers at Implats' Rustenburg mine refuse to work until demands met [Eyewitness News] 2022-06-23

North West Hundreds of NUMSA mineworkers gather at Impala mine for strike [Eyewitness News] 2022-06-22

North West Another strike looms as mining company is accused of slave labour tendencies [City Press] 2022-06-21

North West NUMSA embarks on strike action at Impala Platinum [The Bulrushes] 2022-06-20

Cosatu condemns salary increases of politicians, government officials [SABC] 2022-06-20

 VIDEO  Cosatu marches against high fuel price [eNCA] 2022-06-18

Domestic workers march in Pretoria for decent pay and benefits [GroundUp] 2022-06-18

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39 people rescued from alleged human trafficking ring 2022-06-28 [The Citizen]

Striking Eskom workers say they cannot survive on their salaries 2022-06-28 [SowetanLIVE]

Mpumalanga Employees at Eskom powers stations continue with their strike 2022-06-28 [SABC]

Eastern Cape Deaths of 21 teenagers at Enyobeni tavern could’ve been avoided - SADTU 2022-06-28 [Politicsweb]

NUMSA suspends strike at mining companies pending wage negotiations 2022-06-27 [Eyewitness News]

Numsa claims Eskom provoked the 'rage' that led to protests and more load-shedding 2022-06-27 [Polity]

Eskom employees picket at eight power stations as wage talk deadlock is referred to CCMA 2022-06-27 [TimesLIVE]

Numsa claims Eskom provoked the 'rage' that led to protests and more load shedding 2022-06-27 [Fin 24]

Eastern Cape Overworked education assistants unpaid 2022-06-27 [New Frame]

Stage 4 power cuts to continue until Wednesday due to labour action, says Eskom 2022-06-27 [Fin 24]

Sibanye-Stillwater’s Froneman warns PGM wage negotiations “will not have quick outcome” 2022-06-27 [MiningMX]

North West Numsa shop steward gunned down in Rustenburg 2022-06-26 [SowetanLIVE]

Nissan workers fear being displaced as plant introduces new technology 2022-06-25 [The Citizen]

KwaZulu-Natal Samwu members march to Durban City Hall, raise concerns over safety after murders 2022-06-25 [The Mercury]

Three contractor firms at Implats clarify issues at hand as Numsa beats strike drum 2022-06-25 [Business Report]

Western Cape River Club developers LLPT can’t blame activists, for its failures, says Saftu 2022-06-25 [Cape Times]

Numsa, Eskom agree to renegotiate striking workers' wages 2022-06-24 [Radio 702]

Implats contractor Triple M says Numsa not recognised, cannot bargain 2022-06-24 [Fin 24]

Free State COSATU condemns non-payment of salaries at various municipalities 2022-06-24 [COSATU]

Loadshedding raised to stage four as strike at Eskom begins to bite 2022-06-24 [Sunday World]

Western Cape COSATU unhappy with Tiger Brands' decision to close Ashton canning business 2022-06-24 [Eyewitness News]

Nissan SA wants to resolve Numsa grievances as ‘quickly as possible’ 2022-06-24 [Business Report]

Cops protest bad food, poor conditions at police college 2022-06-24 [The Citizen]

Protests block power plants as pay talks fail 2022-06-24 [Bloomberg]

Numsa to picket the Japanese embassy on future of Nissan plant; Nissan denies closure rumours 2022-06-23 [Engineering News]

Contractors warn Numsa they cannot long support “unprotected’ strike at Implats mines 2022-06-23 [MiningMX]

Govt tables new salary increase offers for public servants 2022-06-23 [Eyewitness News]

Numsa’s Implats strike restricted after labour court judgment 2022-06-23 [Fin 24]

Protesting Eskom workers block roads to power stations, incidents of intimidation reported 2022-06-23 [Fin 24]

COSATU statement on final Judicial Commission on State Capture and Corruption Report 2022-06-23 [COSATU]

Post SACP and COSATU bi-lateral joint statement 2022-06-23 [COSATU]

SATAWU welcomes signed agreement in trucking industry 2022-06-23 [COSATU]

Striking workers at Implats' Rustenburg mine refuse to work until demands met 2022-06-23 [Eyewitness News]

Signed agreement expected to ease trucking industry tensions 2022-06-23 [The South African]

Eastern Cape COSATU supports Jobs for Youth Provincial march 2022-06-23 [COSATU]

Calls for action to protect farm workers getting injured in truck accidents 2022-06-23 [Cape Argus]

Vavi slams Amazon for staying silent in row over new HQ in Cape Town 2022-06-23 [TimesLIVE]

Popcru protests over failure to pay trainee cops stipends 2022-06-23 [Banoyi]

Eskom and Numsa in deadlock as wage talks collapse 2022-06-23 [Fin 24]

No more masks in classrooms? Unions express relief, but also fear amid overcrowding and flu season 2022-06-23 [News24]

Minimum wage changes proposed 2022-06-23 [BusinessTech]

Gauteng COSATU supports POPCRU picket at SAPS headquarters in Pretoria 2022-06-22 [COSATU]

Western Cape Cosatu shocked by another accident that led to the injury of 35 farm workers on R45 near Klapmuts 2022-06-22 [COSATU]

COSATU President’s opening addres to National Gender Inaugural Conference 2022-06-22 [COSATU]

Eastern Cape No ambulances for two months 2022-06-22 [GroundUp]

North West Hundreds of NUMSA mineworkers gather at Impala mine for strike 2022-06-22 [Eyewitness News]

North West Numsa heads to court to fight interdict preventing strike at Implats’ Rustenburg mines 2022-06-22 [Mining Weekly]

Graduates face another challenge, finding a job 2022-06-22 [Sunday World]

North West Workers want union recognised 2022-06-22 [Daily Sun]

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