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MEIBC: Metal sector wage dispute set to drag on

The dispute over the wage settlement in the Metal and Engineering Industry is set to drag on as both sides vowed to appeal against an unfavourable judgement. Karl Gernetzky...
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Videos: NEASA’s legal battle against the MEIBC

Jana Marais, Finweek's editor joined CNBC Africa to discuss the issues around NEASA's application and what the outcome of this case will mean for the local labour l...
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MEIBC: Final arguments over steel industry wage impact

The Labour Court was due to hear final arguments today in an urgent application brought by NEASA relating to the July 2014 wage agreement. The Cape Times carried an article...
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Press releases: NEASA returns to Labour Court

13 November 2014 On Friday, 14 November 2014, the National Employers’ Association of South Africa (NEASA) will return to the Labour Court in Johannesburg for fin...
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MEIBC: Employers prevent wage deal extension

Following NEASA's urgent application, the Labour Court extended a court order preventing the MEIBC from asking the Labour Minister to extend the July wage agreement to ...
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Press releases: Labour Court grants NEASA further interim relief against MEIBC

4 November 2014 The Labour Court in Johannesburg has granted further interim relief following an urgent application by the National Employers’ Association of Sou...
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MEIBC: A momentous time for metals

Journalist Karl Gernetzky discusses the landscape of the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council and reports on NEASA's court challenge to extend the wage a...
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Press releases: NEASA continues fight against MEIBC in Labour Court

3 November 2014 The National Employer’s Association of South Africa (NEASA) is set to return to the Labour Court in Johannesburg tomorrow, 4 November, to continu...
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MEIBC: Steel sector's challenges on indaba agenda

NEASA returns to court to annul a wage agreement signed between Seifsa and 6 unions in July - the same time as the government starts a major labour indaba to discuss the state...
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