Weakening of property rights harmful to all, not just whites and foreigners

30 January 2015       The ANC shouldn’t be under the impression that they would really improve the economic position of their supporters by reducing the property rights of … Continue reading

CCMA appeals to unions and Comair to negotiate further

29 January 2015     Solidarity makes final attempt to avoid strike at Comair   Solidarity and Comair will see each other at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration … Continue reading

Solidarity concerned about ongoing retrenchments at MTN

29 January 2015       Trade union Solidarity today expressed its concern over ongoing retrenchments at MTN. This comes after the trade union received a section 189 notice in … Continue reading


SAPS’s new ranking system not flexible, court says

27 January 2015     First victory for Solidarity in case against new ranking system   The Labour Court in Johannesburg today indicated that the South African Police Service (SAPS) … Continue reading

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Solidarity’s case against police ranks resumes

27 January 2015       Solidarity’s case of unfair discrimination against the South African Police Service (SAPS) regarding its new ranking system has resumed in the Labour Court in … Continue reading

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Solidarity gets certificate to strike after negotiations with Comair got stuck

24 January 2015       A strike certificate has been issued to trade union Solidarity after salary negotiations with Comair, of which Kulula and British Air are affiliates, finally … Continue reading

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Solidarity wins dispute over bargaining power against Rheinmetall Denel Munition (RDM)

22 January 2015       The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) ruled in Solidarity’s favour following a three-year dispute between the trade union and Rheinmetall Denel Munition … Continue reading

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