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South Africa’s constitutional Court protects domestic workers

The court has ruled that these employees can claim from the Compensation Fund if injured while on duty. The ground-breaking judgment also ensures domestic workers can apply retrospectively.

Working class meet in South Africa calls for united front against capitalism

The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) hosted 1,000 delegates from over 147 working class formations at the two-day summit which saw debates individual sectors as well as on larger strategies.

South African court ruling on labor brokers a victory for the working poor

The long-awaited judgment of the Constitutional Court brought to an end an almost four-year-long legal battle on the correct interpretation of a section of the Labour Relations Act.

Workers reject Eskom’s wage hike proposal, demand minimum wage

After a month of protests and negotiations, then company has been willing to consider only a 6.2% increase