The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] blames both the Department of Higher Education [DHET] and Training and the management of the University of Mpumalanga [UMP], Nelspruit (Mbombela) for the violence that erupted at university today.
Following more than two years of unresolved safety concerns for health workers at Ramokonopi Community Health Centre (CHC) in Katlehong in Ekurhuleni which have been raised with the District Health, DENOSA has, in line with Chapter 2 of the National Health Act, decided to exercise the right of workers to a safe workplac
COSATU Gauteng calls on all its members to support the workers picket against SABC retrenchments tomorrow
COSATU Gauteng supports the picket against retrenchments by Communication Workers Union and other unions at SABC. The federation calls on the board and management to heed the call by the Minister of Communication not to retrench workers.
Solidarity members expressed their dissatisfaction with Denel management’s proposal to cut salaries with 20% as from the end of November. This salary cut is allegedly needed to restore cash flow, thereby stimulating much needed production activity and to generate income.
On Wednesday 7 November Solidarity will announce the steps it will take on behalf of its members in the South African Police Service (SAPS) to have the implementation of the controversial project for members of the non-statutory forces (NSF) revised.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) PWV region is highly perturbed and disappointed by the decision taken by Gold Fields’ South Deep mine, Gauteng to retrench about 1 500 employees with the intention of saving costs. That cannot happen at the expense of poor workers.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in Highveld has noted with utter disgust a reckless statement made by Greenpeace Africa. Greenpeace Africa analysis has identified Mpumalanga as the world’s largest air pollution hotspot across six continents.
Gold Fields Limited (Gold Fields) (JSE: GFI) (NYSE: GFI) yesterday received a notice by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) of its intention to embark on a protected strike at its South Deep operation in South Africa to protest retrenchments at the mine.
Major traffic disruption is expected in the Johannesburg, Gauteng area on Thursday when several convoys organised by the Solidarity Movement will converge on Sandton for a protest march in support of Sasol workers who are protesting their exclusion from Sasol’s Khanyisa employee share ownership plan.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) has noted with concern the proceedings in the trial of Omotoso, the alleged perpetrator of grievous acts of sexual violence and statutory rape of about 40 South African women who were members of his church..
The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] is preparing a provincial march to the office of the Premier in the province of Eastern Cape to deliver a memorandum of demands in relation to the crisis currently engulfing all departments across the