Metal and Allied Workers Union
|Pictures from MAWU`s AGM|
|First worker spokesperson for knitting unions|
|Sexual harassment leads to Isithebe metal strikes|
|International squeeze on Transvaal Alloys|
|We will not be used - MAWU|
|Metal Pension Fund Board made more representative|
|Sarmcol negotiate with our union or get out say striking workers|
|FOSATU Unions leave IMF (SA)|
|End of ten year battle in sight|
|International Metalworkers` Federation expels two SA trade unions|
|MAWU launches new campaign|
|MAWU says "rubbish" to CI`s sabotage claim|
|Migrant laws used against workers||
There is increasing evidence that the country's migrant labour laws are being used against workers in an attempt to curb union strength.
|Breakthrough at Dorbyl||
The giant Dorbyl group, which has been hit by a number of strikes over retrenchment, has backed down on its refusal to negotiate severance pay at factory-level.
|Barlows company refuses to discuss retrenchments with shop stewards||
For the second time SA Traction Manufacturing at Germiston has refused to negotiate retrenchments with the Metal and Allied Workers Union.
|R15 000 paid to sacked Dunlop workers||
The long-standing dispute between the Metal and Allied Workers Union and Dunlop which led to a strike by 2 000 workers at four factories in October last year has finally been settled.
|Sarmcol: the biggest campaign ever||
The Metal and Allied Workers Union's B T R Sarmcol campaign is by far the largest campaign over a single factory ever undertaken by an independent union in this country.
|Three month legal strike||
ABOUT 125 Metal and Allied Workers Union members at Pinetown factory, Natal Die Casting, have been out on a legal strike for over three months.
|SEIFSA heads for collision with metal workers||
SEIFSA, the giant metal employers' association, has renewed its call for its members to resist any trade union pressure for plant-level bargaining.
|B amp; S to face union bashing charges|