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UASA welcomes court order forcing Denel to meet employee obligations

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Gauteng, West Rand, based labour organisation UASA (United Association of SA) maintains the court order forcing Denel to meet its financial obligations to employees...

Denel back in court in July over unpaid salaries

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Denel will be back in court next month to face an application brought by trade union UASA in April to honour outstanding salaries. UASA was...

Denel again ordered to settle outstanding salaries

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In what is another financial blow to struggling Denel, the State-owned defence and technology conglomerate has to pay 42 non-unionised current and former employees...

Status quo at Denel cannot continue, UASA tells Parliamentary committee

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Representatives from trade union UASA this week delivered a presentation to members of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriation at the South African National Defence...

Court wants to know exact amount owing to UASA Denel members

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Denel has until Tuesday 12 April to provide the Labour Court with the “exact” amount owing to employees who are members of UASA (United...

Union in Labour Court for claim on Denel money

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Trade Union UASA (United Association of SA) wants a share of what it expects to be a R1 billion pay-out to embattled Denel from...

UASA’s case against Denel postponed to September

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Denel has some breathing room in its battle with trade union UASA, after the Labour Court in Johannesburg ruled the company will remain under...

UASA labour case against Denel back in court

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Trade union UASA’s labour case against Denel is back in court today, 16 March, as the union continues to fight for the state-owned company...

UASA concerned by Denel request for more funding

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Trade union UASA has expressed concern over another Denel application for funding at a time when there is still no clear plan to pay...

Denel Dynamics staff getting 45% of November salaries as UASA complains...

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Denel Dynamics is one of the few Denel Group divisions that is in a position to pay November salaries, with staff getting 45% of...

Denel not meeting personnel and oversight commitments

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With just five Parliamentary working days left in 2021, it appears the delayed Denel annual report is not going to be put under oversight...

RDM explosion generates employee safety questions

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Two explosions in three years at a Rheinmetall Denel Munition (RDM) plant in the Western Cape is, according to a political party and a...

Denel planning to do away with medical benefit trust – UASA

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Embattled Denel apparently wants its medical benefit trust dissolved and is envisaging changes to post-retirement medical aid benefits, a registered trade union which has...

Date set for Denel liquidation application

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The downward trajectory of State-owned defence and technology conglomerate Denel will next week be the subject of yet another round of legal arguments when...

Legal lifeline for Denel as employees go without pay

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A legal lifeline has been cast to beleaguered Denel by the Labour Court with a postponement to allow the State-owned defence and technology conglomerate...

Embarrassing state of affairs at Denel needs a swift solution –...

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The dire financial situation at Denel has not improved after more than a year of empty promises to workers and embarrassingly, employees at Denel...

Denel facing liquidation call

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Under-fire Denel faces another volley – this time in the form of a court application for liquidation of the State-owned defence and technology conglomerate. The...

UASA disturbed by SANDF’s spending on Cuban service providers

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Trade union UASA says it is infuriated to learn that the cash-strapped South African National Defence Force (SANDF) spent more than R1 billion on...

Government must help Denel – UASA

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Government, in the form of at least three departments, should be called on to provide financial assistance for State-owned Denel given the lack of...

Denel’s legal woes continue

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Denel has until July 23 to put forward “practical measures” on progress in terms of a judgement pertaining to legal proceedings instituted by trade...

UASA calls on Department of Public Enterprise to play a more...

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Denel executives jumping ship following the national Budget presentation last week is nothing less than disgraceful, leaving workers stranded and puzzled about their future,...

Denel explains salary woes

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Production at around 30-40% of capacity and major liquidity challenges are the main reasons why Denel has struggled to pay its staff their salaries,...

Denel workers being left in the lurch – union

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Trade union UASA has said Denel’s board is failing to undertake its responsibilities and leaving workers in the lurch with unpaid salaries. Staff at Denel...

Judgement reserved in Denel Labour Court case

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The Labour Court this week reserved judgement in the contempt case brought against Denel by trade unions. According to the Florida, West Rand, headquartered trade...

Labour Court rules against Denel – again

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Trade union Solidarity, unhappy about Denel’s failure to obey a court order, brought a successful contempt of court application which should see the cash-strapped...

UASA to institute contempt of court proceedings against Denel

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Trade union UASA will institute contempt of court proceedings against Denel after the state-owned defence firm failed to honour a labour court order to...

Denel did not meet court ruling to pay salaries

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State-owned Denel cannot honour a Labour Court ruling to pay outstanding salaries, according to a letter reportedly from lawyers representing the ailing defence and...

UASA taking Denel to court over unpaid salaries

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The United Association of South Africa (UASA) trade union has said it is taking Denel to court after failing to find a solution to...

Union prepares to take Denel to court over unpaid salaries

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The United Association of South Africa (UASA) trade union said it is taking Denel to court over the company’s failure to pay employees’ salaries...

Protest action at Denel’s Irene campus today

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The corporate office of embattled state-owned defence and technology group Denel is today the target of a number of trade unions protesting...

Union concerned by Denel’s cash flow

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Trade union UASA has expressed concern that Denel may not have the money to pay the salaries of its employees. Andre Venter,...

South Africa’s UASA union says Comair employees begin strike over wages

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The United Association of South Africa (UASA) said on Thursday about 80 of its members were striking outside airline operator Comair's head...

Investigation into parastatals coming soon: unions

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Trade unions say Denel, Armscor, Transnet, South African Airways and other parastatals will soon come under the spotlight at a summit that...

Unmanned aircraft programmes taking off

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US Army deputy chief of staff for operations Lt Gen James D. Thurman says the use of unmanned aircraft systems has exploded...