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Retrenched workers found jobs after workers down tools
Workers also have rights!
PWAWU beats selective rehiring
Selective increase sparks off mill strike
Romeo`s changed heart
The events ...
Firing blocked by Union
R26 000 back pay victory
Litemaster workers win R800 000 in biggest claim awarded by court
Legal strike: Sarmcol workers` patience runs out
Stubborn firm takes back fired workers
Alfa tries to kill Union
R16 000 paid in retrenchment settlement
Maritzburg factory pays R6 500 to 5 workers following retrenchment
R1 800 paid in back-pay
Knitting worker taken back
Bosses send workers home to die
MAWU says "rubbish" to CI`s sabotage claim
Workers face guns

Armed white security guards confronted CWIU members at Triomf's Richards Bay plant when they attempted to discuss with the factory manager his 'first and final' wage offer of a 5 percent wage increase.

Patons moves to Bophuthatswana

British multinational, Coats Patons, has decided to close its two Randfontein factories, lay off all the workers, and then reopen in Bophuthatswana where it can expect to pay its new employees a quarter of the wages.


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