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Rosebank Post Office branch in Rosebank mall photo taken on the 20th August 2009 Picture: ELVIS NTOMBELA.

No easy bail out for Sapo

The government will consider bailing out the South African Post Office (Sapo) only when it strengthens its leadership and persuades the trade unions to play by the rules‚ says Telecommunications and Postal Services Minister Siyabonga Cwele.

NO SHOW: The government’s intervention in the crisis at the SA Post Office includes curbing incidents of intimidation resulting from three months of strikes

Post Office’s financial situation is ‘seriously dire’

The cash-strapped, strike-hammered SA Post Office (Sapo) is on the brink of collapse, MPs heard on Wednesday.

Zolani Xaluva who plays Jason Dlomo on 'Generations'

‘Generations’ actors on stayaway: report

ACTORS of the popular SABC1 soapie Generations embarked on a stay-away last week, the Saturday Star reported.

Thousands  of National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) members gathered at The  Zoo Lake in Johannesburg ahead of their march on Wednesday.  A lot The marchers were dressed in the union's signature red tops.A few in the crowd wore red Economic Freedom Fighters T-shirts and berets.

Numsa gets back to work

Union poll unanimously accepts employer’s offer. ASSEMBLY lines at Eastern Cape automotive manufacturers can roll at full production again now Numsa has ended its month-long engineering sector strike.

Former Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa.

Mthethwa denies political pressure at Marikana

Former police minister Nathi Mthethwa denied on Monday he was under political pressure to intervene in the deadly mining strike at Marikana in Rustenburg two years ago.

NUMSA

Employers write to police commissioner Phiyega over NUMSA strike

CONCERNS of violence in the metals and engineering strike prompted employers to write to national police commissioner Riah Phiyega twice, Seifsa said on Thursday.

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Platinum wage settlement signed

Platinum producers and Amcu have signed a settlement agreement.

Numsa

Numsa, Satawu at each other’s throats

Unions Numsa and Satawu were at each other’s throats today, as each blamed the other for the violence in the transport sector strike at the Ngqura container terminal outside Port Elizabeth.

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