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Thousands of Solidarity members to serve papers in Sandton

October 23rd, 2018

On Thursday, thousands of members of the Solidarity Movement will serve court papers on Sasol at its head-office in Sandton. Major traffic congestion is expected during the protest march to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) where a memorandum will be handed over, after which the march will continue to Sasol’s  … Read more


Solidarity to protest over Sasol racial scheme on Thursday

October 21st, 2018

Major traffic disruption is expected in the Johannesburg area on Thursday when several convoys organised by the Solidarity Movement will converge on Sandton for a protest march in support of Sasol workers who are protesting their exclusion from Sasol’s Khanyisa employee share ownership plan. Fellow Solidarity members and the community  … Read more


Alarming that government is saying: “Part with your guns”

October 18th, 2018

“A disarmed citizenry is left completely defenceless, and this while the right to protect one’s own life is an absolute and non-negotiable right. We dare not give an inch in this regard. The time has come for us to insist on normality in an unflinching and brazen manner”. Thus says  … Read more


Sasol warns share holders on JSE about production loss

October 18th, 2018

The petrochemical giant Sasol warned shareholders in a statement on the Stock Exchange News Service (Sens) that its fuel production would probably be between 200 000 and 300 000 tonnes lower this year. In the statement, Sasol ascribes the loss to the longer time it took to complete the maintenance  … Read more


Denel workers to begin protest action today

October 17th, 2018

Trade union Solidarity today confirmed that its members at Denel SOC Ltd will officially begin with protest action today and the trade union will also hand over a memorandum and a petition to the Denel Board. This comes in the wake of Denel’s earlier announcement that it will be able  … Read more


Labour Court approached after incorrect placement of nurse

October 12th, 2018

Trade union Solidarity will bring an urgent application in the Johannesburg Labour Court on Tuesday, 16 October 2018. This follows after the Health Department incorrectly placed one of Solidarity’s members as a student nurse instead of a professional nurse for her compulsory community service. According to Anton van der Bijl,  … Read more


Solidarity demands investigation after Lethabo-accident

October 11th, 2018

Solidarity deplores the accident at Lethabo power station – Demands investigation into maintenance at other power stations Solidarity today expressed its shock about the explosion at Eskom’s Lethabo power station, and was sad to learn that the explosion caused the death of one person and that others suffered severe injuries.  … Read more


Court of Appeal denies Molefe application

October 10th, 2018

Solidarity said today that former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe should cease trying to postpone the inevitable. This follows after the trade union today announced that the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein has dismissed Molefe’s application in which he wanted to appeal against the earlier ruling of the High Court.  … Read more


An out-of-pocket Denel confirms salaries are in the balance

October 9th, 2018

Solidarity today formally learnt from Denel that, as from October 2018, salary payments were in the balance due to a cash shortage. This comes after Denel, which is in a financial quandary due to a history of mismanagement, last month could not pay salaries to its senior staff when they  … Read more


Sasol turns a deaf ear to the voice of striking workers

October 4th, 2018

Solidarity and Sasol today left a meeting at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) without achieving any success after the second round of conciliation held at the CCMA did not yield a solution for the ongoing dispute. Solidarity members at Sasol have been on a go-slow since the  … Read more




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