|News in brief||
The National Automobile and Allied Workers Union has won a new R2 an hour minimum wage rate at Leyland's Cape Town plant.
|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.
After reaching a deadlock and having to go to arbitration the FOSATU affiliate Western Province Motor Assembly Workers Union and Leyland reached a new agreement covering the Cape plants.
|Working on the mines is no picnic!||
During the first six months of this year, more than 100 000 miners have taken strike action over wages, bad and unsafe working conditions and the harassment of shaft stewards.
|FOSATU salutes workers of the East Rand||
The workers at Salcast, Hendler and Hendler (H and H), Bisonboard Colgate, Langeberg, Kellog's Plant protection, Reef Chemical and Telephone Manufacturers of SA (Temsa) all downed tools during July and August.
|Workers demand a share of "the rain" which falls at Suncrush even during the drought|
|Metal workers push for higher wages after IC sell out|
|NAAWU slams employers` plan to "erode" wages|
|Fighting Talk Volume 15 Number 8 September 1961||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats in Southern Africa
|Trial of strength|
|Miners square up for a battle for a living wage|
|Unions to form council to cover SAB factories|
|Deregulation will pave the way to exploitation|
|Campaign for jobs or living benefits - NUWW|
|Cosatu's Living Wage Campaign must be built|
|"No!" to the wage freeze|
|Regions - COSATU cracks CP|
|NUM and NUMSA: a tale of two congresses|
|CAWU continues to spread its influence|