CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
|Motorvia workers strike blow against exploitation|
|Overworked freight drivers stop work|
|Workers` education fund|
|Bata: "Proud partners in KwaZulu`s progress"|
|MAWU launches new campaign|
|VW workers down tools over retrenchments|
|Demands for metal wage talks||
It's that time of the year again and the yearly tussle at the giant metal industry's industrial council is due to begin.
|New maternity benefits at Henkel||
Women workers at Henkel at Prospecton will be paid as much as 78 percent of their wages during maternity leave as a result of a new agreement negotiated by the Chemical Workers Industrial Union.
Retrenchment Is cAused by the free market system that places profit before people. But with organisation we can fight retrenchment.
|Long bitter struggle at Frame has ended||
The longest recognition struggle in South African labour history has come to an end. Nearly 2 000 National Union of Textile Worker members at the giant Frametex mill, the heart of the Frame complex at New Germany near Pinetown, now have the right to be represented by their union.
|B amp; S to face union bashing charges|
|Metal workers call for R90 a week||
Metal workers at general meetings held on the Reef and in Durban over the past month have launched a call for a minimum wage of R90 a week.
|Union co-operative case: The law is on the bosses' side||
Renewed questions have been raised about the role of the courts in relation to worker issues by a judgement affecting workers at the Union Co-operative sugar mill in Natal who were evicted from their hostels after a dispute at the plant last year.
|Fosatu is moving to help watchmen||
FOSATU is moving to help watchmen and workers in Watch Patrol Services.
|No rights for domestic and farm workers|
|Cosatu's Living Wage Campaign must be built|
|Deregulation will pave the way to exploitation|
|Bill to stop workers from legal strike action|
|Chemical workers in 3 week strike for a living wage|
|Privatisation: Botha listens to the bosses|