Browsing: Marius Croucamp

Telkom’s group CEO, Sipho Maseko, met with trade union representatives on Monday to discuss the company’s future and turnaround plans. A union official present at the meeting says Maseko told them that how the company behaves over the next couple of years will determine its future

Solidarity has called for renewed wage talks with telecommunications giant Telkom, the trade union said on Thursday. The request for another round of negotiations came after claims that Telkom gave its top management “exorbitant salary increases”, spokesman Marius Croucamp said in a statement. “Top management received

Telkom has decided it will forge ahead and implement a wage agreement, despite protests Solidarity, one of three unions recognised by the telecommunications operator. Telkom has been in gridlock with two unions, Solidarity and the South African Communications Union (Sacu), for months. The Communication Workers

Telkom has hit back at allegations levelled against it by Solidarity spokesman Marius Croucamp, providing information it says shows that the trade union made false statements in a media interview on Thursday. Croucamp told TechCentral that Telkom CEO Sipho

Telkom and Solidarity appear headed for a showdown after the union accused the telecommunications operator’s CEO, Sipho Maseko, of “lying” when he said at a press conference on Thursday that Solidarity and another union, the South African Communications Union, were close to a wage

The Communication Workers Union has reached a settlement with Telkom in the long-running wage dispute between the operator and trade unions. The CWU has accepted Telkom’s three-year wage offer. The other unions embroiled in the dispute have yet to sign, but Telkom says it expects them to do so shortly

Trade union Solidarity on Friday took to social media to accuse Telkom of “playing dirty” and interfering with the union’s communications with its members. “Telkom wage talks: Telkom playing dirty as Telkom is blocking union’s electronic communication to its members,” the union said through its

Telkom has failed to reach an agreement with trade unions Solidarity and the South African Communications Union (Sacu) in a long-running wage dispute. Discussions reached deadlock on Friday, making it increasingly likely that Telkom will face industrial action. The wage dispute, which

Telkom appears set to face industrial action after talks between the telecommunications operator and trade unions Solidarity and the South African Communications Union reached an impasse on Thursday at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration. The wage dispute began

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has called on Telkom and trade unions to resume wage negotiations, trade union Solidarity said on Thursday. A strike would be the last resort as a solution should be found at the negotiating table, Solidarity