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No to waste contractors

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One section in Labour Bulletin is called ‘In the Union’. But whereas in the 1980s this created an instant notion of a national industrial union, the ideas ‘national’, ‘industrial’ and ‘union’ are now contested.

Dismissal after notice

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Although in the Zuva case Zimbabwe’s Supreme Court allowed for dismissals of workers after receiving notice from an employer, amendments to the labour laws have contained

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NUM’s defining events

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There were six events in the National Union of Mineworkers’ (NUM) history that defined it and led to its growth. These included the aborted 1984 wage strike, racial confrontations, illegal strikes and mass dismissals at Vaal Reef and the overturning of the 1985 mass dismissals and transformation of Gencor, writes Dunbar Moodie.

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Farm worker’s wage

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As living and working conditions for farm workers have remained pathetic their demand for wage increases under the current strike are understandable, writes Saliem Patel.

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Interview with PWMSA convenor Hlengiwe Mkhize

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Interview with PWMSA convenor Hlengiwe Mkhize

Unlocking labour laws

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Can employers change your terms of employment?

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No wage settlement deal in platinum

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Amcu says platinum cartels arrogant. For over three months platinum workers have been on strike demanding a minimum wage of R12,500 – the same demand made by striking mineworkers of whom 34 were shot dead by the police at the Marikana Massacre in 2012.

Zimbabwe Nation in limbo

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With President Robert Mugabe winning the July 2013 election he will rule for yet another five-year term, which he will complete at 94 years of age. Blessing Vava looks at how Zimbabwe should start thinking of a new leadership to take the country forward instead of ZANU PF’s ‘team old’.

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Challenging the old union order

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Upon realising that they were not receiving adequate services from their unions, members have either formed new unions or joined others. With new formations looming on the horizon, such as the United Front or Movement of Socialism as proposed by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) does this signal the end of the old order and the coming into being of the new? William Gumede explores.

Is SA at tripping point.

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Twenty years after democracy South Africa is experiencing a perfect storm of crises, the product of a number of simultaneous, deep-rooted, structural crises: political, economic, labour and social. These crises may be sign that the country’s social and political power is going through change writes William Gumede.

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