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nehawu80TimesLive reports that a strike scheduled for Thursday by the National Education Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) at Durban’s Dube TradePort was called off.  

This followed an “amicable” agreement between the parties relating to a dispute over recognition of the union.  Dube TradePort‚ a government project next to King Shaka International Airport‚ is an industrial development zone with airfreight facilities.  Apart from the recognition dispute‚ the parties had also been deadlocked on an issue relating to management wage grading.  Nehawu’s KwaZulu-Natal secretary Mduduzi Chiyi said the union had held a meeting with the Dube TradePort management on Wednesday when they reached an agreement on critical issues around their dispute.

  • Read this report by Bongani Mthethwa in full at TimesLive


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