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Union to approach High Court to allow all members to strike in solidarity with Sasol employees

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th September 2018 Trade union Solidarity will approach the High Court in Johannesburg on Thursday for the right of its 180 000 members to go on strike in solidarity with Sasol employees, who have been on strike since earlier this month. This follows after the National Economic Development and Labour Council... 

Solidarity calls for Mining Charter to be set aside

By: Anine Kilian     14th February 2018 Trade Union Solidarity on Wednesday disclosed the contents of documents it has submitted as part of a court case to have the third iteration of the Mining Charter set aside. Speaking at a media briefing, in Pretoria, Solidarity research industry head Connie Mulder said the trade union would act... 

Molefe must pay back pension millions, court orders

By: News24Wire      25th January 2018 A court ordered Brian Molefe on Thursday to pay back all the pension pay-outs made to him. A full bench of judges found against Molefe and set aside the pension agreement. The former Eskom CEO was also ordered to pay costs. 

Pretoria court to hear application for Molefe to reimburse Eskom

By: African News Agency      29th November 2017 Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe’s court action to repay his R30.1-million pension, has been set down to be heard in Pretoria’s North Gauteng High Court for three days, starting on Wednesday. Molefe was taken to court by Solidarity, the Democratic Alliance and the Economic Freedom Fighters, which... 

Solidarity approaches court to revoke Eskom’s employment equity plan

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     23rd May 2017 Trade union Solidarity will on Friday approach the Labour Court in Johannesburg to have State-owned power provider Eskom’s current employment equity plan declared invalid and revoked. Eskom’s employment equity plan is expected to be in force until 2020. Solidarity Centre for Fair Labour Practices... 

Solidarity submits R10.7m claim against Sishen Iron Ore

By: Natalie Greve     2nd October 2015 Trade union Solidarity has referred a case on behalf of 97 of its members employed by Sishen Iron Ore to the Labour Court, claiming that the members did not receive their full performance evaluation bonuses, to which they had been entitled, for two years. The union’s total claim amounted to... 

Solidarity approaches Labour Court for interdict against Actom lockout

By: Leandi Kolver     22nd July 2014 Trade union Solidarity expects its Labour Court application for an interdict to protect the union’s members at engineering firm Actom against an alleged unlawful lockout to be heard on Thursday, Solidarity Labour Court division head Anton van der Bijl said. Solidarity said in a statement on... 

Collaboration – a core component of succeeding in the new economy

15th May 2014 Xpedia and PBS are combining forces by linking their agile nuQ Payroll solution and powerful S|CUBED HR solution. Recent events led to Xpedia and Petros Business Solutions  forming an alliance to better serve their clients, both current and prospective. Xpedia (a multifaceted IT company) and PBS... 


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