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The National Union of Metalworkers of SA is determined to recruit beyond the metals and engineering sectors. General secretary Irvin Jim, below, says it is reacting to the restructuring of the workplace by employers, and the erosion of workers’ rights. File pictures: ALON SKUY and PUXLEY MAKGATHO

Union affiliates to march on Cosatu House in support of Numsa

Nine unions will march on headquarters in central Johannesburg to present memorandum of demands that includes immediate reinstatement of expelled Numsa

Outsourcing, casual labour trends endanger job creation, Seifsa told

Unemployed youth hiking on the Soweto Highway as they have no money due to unemployment. Picture: SOWETAN
2 day(s) ago

Futurist Clem Sunter says effect of growing economic inequality and casualisation of workforce also supports emergence of radical political movements

Car makers need labour stability, says BMW SA’s new boss

BMW SA MD Tim Abbott. File Picture: REUTERS/JAS LEHAL
16 hour(s) ago

Vehicle manufacturers will enter into official negotiations with the unions next year over a labour deal

EDITORIAL: Economic damage control

Cosatu members attend a protest against labour brokers in Port Elizabeth. File picture: THE HERALD
16 hour(s) ago

Growth projection of as little as 1% — based on electricity constraints — highlights the importance of labour peace and tackling the crisis at Eskom

Telkom told to consult union

Telkom. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
1 day(s) ago

Telkom says the law differentiates between recognised and registered unions

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