Central African Republic: teachers threaten strike

Secondary and primary school teachers are threatening strike action over wage arrears.

Mali: Strike by university workers

Workers at the National centre for university works (CENOU) went on strike today after management "completely ignored" their demands.

South Africa: death at housing demonstration

A protester was accidentally killed during clashes between police and Soweto residents demanding improved housing conditions.

Namibian telecoms workers in unlawful strike

Telecom Namibia logo

Telecom Namibia employees briefly downed tools on Friday morning (31 August), a move condemned by management as in violation of dispute resolution procedures.

Namibian miners' strike enters second week

Rosh Pinah zinc and lead mine in southern Namibia

The strike at the Exarro Rosh Pinah zinc and lead mine in the South yesterday entered its second week as management and union representatives failed to reach agreement on a dispute over a sacked union leader.

Namibia: Miners in wildcat strike

Map showing the location of the Rosh Pinah mine

About 200 workers have gone on a wildcat strike in protest against the sacking of a union leader, disrupting production at the Exxaro Rosh Pinah zinc and lead mine in the South.

South Africa: diamond miners strike

Diamond mine owned by De Beers

Miners in South Africa voted on Friday to launch an unlimited strike.

Mozambique sugar plantation wildcat continues

Sugar plantation workers

Around 4,000 workers in Sofala province having rejected government calls to return to work and a divisive offer aimed only at cane cutters and not the other plantation workers, insisting their demands will be met collectively or they will remain on strike.

One dead in Mozambique wildcat strike

A sugar plantation

One person died and three others were injured, two of them seriously, when violent clashes broke out on Monday at the Mafambisse sugar plantation, in the central Mozambican province of Sofala, after about 4,000 seasonal workers went on strike.

Ivory Coast: primary school teachers continue strike

The strike, which originally began in November and was suspended in January, came back into effect on the 14th of June.