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19 September 2018 6:00 PM No agreement at CCMA between Solidarity and Sasol

Solidarity and Sasol were unable to reach an agreement at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on Wednesday, the union said in a statement. According to Solidarity CEO Dr Dirk Hermann, the mediation was deferred to get more clarity on the final Mining Charter’s wording. Meanwhile, Solidarity’s strike continues. According 76

14 September 2018 12:06 PM JUST IN: Court sets aside Nedlac decision on Solidarity strike

The South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has ruled against a decision by the National Economic Development and Labour Coucil (Nedlac) to refuse an application by trade union Solidarity for all its 180 000 members to go on strike countrywide in protest against a black economic empowerment share scheme impacting some of its members at Sasol. While 221

02 September 2018 3:56 PM Solidaity plans for three-week Sasol strike over share scheme

Trade union Solidarity said on Sunday it is planning for a three-week strike at Sasol over the exclusion of white employees from Sasol's Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment share scheme known as Sasol Khanyisa phase 2. The union sent a strike notice to the energy and chemical company earlier in the week, but did not at the time say when the strike 72

24 August 2018 6:53 PM Radebe to publish SA's long-term electricity plan on Monday

The government's long-awaited Integrated Resource Plan, or IRP, will be gazetted on Monday, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has said. Radebe was meeting with the National Economic Development and Labour Council in Nasrec, Johannesburg on Friday to finalise aspects of the IRP. The IRP seeks to chart the means by which South Africa will manage and meet its electricity 122

18 July 2018 1:58 PM Treasury, SARS call for comment on tax law amendments

National Treasury and the South African Revenue Service (SARS) are giving South Africans until the middle of August to submit written comments on the newly published Taxation Laws Amendment Bill and the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill. The two draft laws, which were released in February during the budget review, seek to introduce tax reforms which 170

01 May 2018 9:46 AM Cosatu should be consistent and treat Ramaphosa like Zuma – AMCU

President Cyril Ramaphosa still has the cloud of the Marikana Massacre over his head and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) should reconsider his address at the congress's main rally, said the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU). AMCU on Monday issued a statement indicating it would not commemorate Workers Day on May 1. Instead 62

09 April 2018 1:19 PM Saftu submits first parliamentary objection to minimum wage

Cape Town - The parliamentary committee on labour has accepted the submission by the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) on both the minimum wage and proposed amendments to the labour laws. The minimum wage was initially supposed to be introduced on May 1. However, this has been delayed. It is understood that a number of labour and human 57

24 September 2017 4:05 AM Mother of all marches against Zuma

The ANC’s allies, Cosatu and the SA Communist Party (SACP), will on Wednesday take to the streets as part of a national shutdown in a show of force against President Jacob Zuma, the man they propelled to power a decade ago. The trade union federation and the communist party said their intention was to voice their opposition to state capture, corruption 44

28 August 2017 8:29 AM New retirement fund rules to better protect consumers

Cape Town – National Treasury on Friday gazetted new retirement fund regulations that will ensure members of retirement funds get good value for their savings and be able to retire comfortably. In brief, the regulations compel trustee boards of retirement funds to offer a default in-fund preservation arrangement to members who leave the services of their 129

16 August 2017 8:56 PM Make Marikana Day a public holiday just like June 16 – Malema

Calls for August 16 to be declared a public holiday “just like June 16” were made at the fifth commemoration of the Marikana tragedy, when 34 striking mineworkers were killed by the police. Amongst those making the call was Economic Freedom Fighters’ leader Julius Malema who said there was “no difference between June 16, Sharpeville Day and Marikana 31