The workers are ‘fed up with abusive labour practices’ and accuses the Dutch company of hiring labour brokers to impose ‘slavery conditions’. The dispute has included a major battle around the right…

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Chris Barron’s article ‘Something rotten in the state of unions’ (BD, 15 July 2018) quotes the just retired registrar of labour relations, Johan Crouse, as saying that ‘Trade unions are fleecing their members, and the government is making it difficult…

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The wage negotiations at ESKOM, South Africa’s state owned electricity monopoly, reveals that the Ramaphosa presidency has set for itself the task of restoring the political dominance of…

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On 22 February the Constitutional Court will hear a case lodged by Assign Services that has massive implications for workers in South Africa. The question before the court is this: do labour brokered…

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