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Friday, November 24, 2017

Strike Watch

All stories relating to the national strike called by Cosatu over tolls and labour brokers

Malema joins protesters in Joburg

Embattled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema joined anti-tolling protesters as they marched to the Gauteng premier's office in Johannesburg on Wednesday. With Malema's arrival...

ACSA flights delayed due to strike action

The Airports Company of SA (Acsa) asked travellers to arrive early for their flights on Wednesday as the effect of Cosatu's nationwide anti-toll and...

Intimidation already mars protest action in Natalspruit

Riot police had to be summoned to the Natalspruit Hospital, east of Johannesburg on Wednesday as a group of people tried to stop school...

Joburg march gets underway

Cosatu supporters protesting against the e-tolling system and labour brokers started marching from Beyers Naude Square in Johannesburg around 10am on Wednesday. Marshals were controlling...

Tolls will ‘milk’ the public

The private operator of Gauteng's controversial tolls is going to "milk" the public, the Congress of SA Trade Unions said in a memorandum prepared...

Hundreds gather in Bloem

Hundreds of people had started to gathered at Batho Hall in Bloemfontein on Wednesday morning, ahead of a nationwide Congress of SA Trade Unions...

Large crowds decend on Beyers Naude Square, Joburg.

There was a heavy police presence at Beyers Naude Square in Johannesburg's CBD on Wednesday ahead of the widely supported Cosatu nationwide protest. While throngs...

Cosatu protest action gets underay accross South Africa

The Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) nationwide protest against the e-tolling system and labour brokers is set to start on Wednesday morning. Support has...

Gordhan calls for labour market reforms

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has called for labour market reforms, according to a report on Wednesday. "Given the scale of the unemployment challenge, no single...

Strike gaining support across the board

Support grew on Tuesday for a Cosatu-led protest against e-tolling and labour brokers, with labour unions and political parties pledging to join the marches...

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