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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
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    Sasol turns a deaf ear to the voice of striking workers

    Solidarity and Sasol on Wednesday, 3 October, left a meeting at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) without achieving any success after...

    No agreement reached at CCMA between Solidarity and Sasol

    No agreement could be reached between Solidarity and Sasol at the CCMA on Wednesday. According to Solidarity Chief Executive Dr Dirk Hermann, the mediation...

    Sasol is under increasing pressure from Solidarity

    On Friday the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg granted Solidarity’s application in terms of section 77 of the Labour Relations Act, ruling that...

    Solidarity on action plan

    On Thursday thousands of Sasol employees in Secunda went on strike and made their voices heard in protest against Sasol’s Khanyisa share scheme that...

    Sasol respond to possible industrial action

    Sasol responded to the Bulletin’s request in regards to the possible industrial action by Solidarity members. Alex Anderson, Head of Group Media Relations confirmed to...

    Members vote to strike

    Enough is enough is the clear message from Solidarity members at Sasol in Secunda as the Sasol Inzalo and Khanyisa schemes controversy continues to...

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    3 Stock theft suspects arrested, Provincial Commissioner praised police

    Mpumalanga Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma, has praised the police for arresting three suspects, aged between 28 and 70, on charges...

    Two men killed and manhunt launched for the killers

    Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma has in the strongest possible terms condemned the killing of two men aged 24 and 30, whose...