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South African Farm Workers Clash With Police

As farm protests flare in the Western Cape grape valley, Agri SA president Johannes Moller considers the unrests to be ‘politically motivated’.   Johannes Möller said the Congress of South African Trade Union…

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Ripples From Marikana

There is broad agreement that the event of Marikana, where a number of miners were shot dead by police, will have far-reaching implications on the whole relationship between labour and capital. What…

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Labour unrest could harm industry

AS strikes on farms in the Western Cape spread, the provincial government and business said the impact of the labour unrest could harm South Africa’s agricultural exports.  read more

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Minimum wages need attention: Chamber

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant and her department need to attend to the minimum wages in the agricultural sector, Cape Chamber of Commerce president Fred Jacobs said on Wednesday.  read more

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Municipal workers strike looms

Cape Town – The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has slammed municipal workers for their looming looming strike – warning that the current wave of strikes was destroying international faith in…

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