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Cambodia’s NagaWorld workers continue strike despite arrests and crackdown

Union organizers and striking workers at Cambodia’s largest casino and luxury resort have been arrested in recent crackdowns. The workers are demanding the reinstatement of those fired last year and negotiations on wages

Workers of Clover, South Africa’s largest dairy company, set to intensify resistance

Peoples Dispatch spoke to John Appolis, general secretary of the General Industries Workers Union of South Africa (Giwusa), about the ongoing indefinite strike by workers at the Israeli-owned dairy giant Clover

Clover South Africa Workers of Clover, South Africa’s largest dairy company, set to intensify strike

Since Clover’s takeover in 2019 by MILCO, which is majority-owned by an Israeli company, its production capacity is being destroyed to secure the South African dairy market for imported products from Israel, said General Industries Workers Union of South Africa president Mametlwe Sebei 

Israel attacks Gaza again, South African Dairy farmers on strike and other stories

Today we look at renewed attacks by Israel on Gaza, the ongoing strike by workers at the Clover company in South Africa, and more

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Cambodia casino workers strike Hospitality workers on strike in Cambodia’s biggest casino

Despite pressure from authorities, more than 1,300 workers in Phnom Penh’s NagaWorld have been on strike against mass lay-offs and wage cuts. The entire leadership of the Labour Rights Supported Union of Khmer Employees of NagaWorld is among those laid off

Leftist Gabriel Boric wins Chile’s key presidential election and other stories

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Sudha Bharadwaj granted bail in Bhima Koregaon case after 3 years and other stories

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Labor strikes in Australia Multiple strikes bring Australia’s most populous State to a standstill

Thousands of teachers, bus drivers and railway workers protested against the “anti-worker approach” of the New South Wales government by holding parallel strikes in the State

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