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South Africa’s second biggest mobile network MTN says the Communication Workers Union (CWU) has “painted itself in a corner” regarding a protracted strike. On Monday, a strike against

The labour court has issued an order interdicting and restraining strike employees from coming within a 100m radius of any of MTN’s premises for the duration of industrial action currently underway, the mobile operator said in a statement on

The Communication Workers Union is threatening to step up strike action against mobile network MTN. The union’s members have entered into a third week of strikes which has hit MTN’s

The street outside MTN’s plush head office near Roodepoort in Johannesburg resembled a war zone on Friday as striking workers burnt tyres and barricaded the entrance amid claims that police had used teargas and fired rubber bullets. A driver

MTN has rubbished talk that any of the company’s clients have been disconnected by disgruntled workers, describing such suggestions as a “classic disinformation campaign”. Reports of alleged disconnections started surfacing early on Thursday

Striking MTN employees kept up their picket at the company’s head office near Roodepoort ahead of an expected meeting on Wednesday to break the deadlock. With police officers guarding the entrance to

Mobile operator MTN has apologised to customers for service disruptions as strike action continues to impact on operations. “It is with great disappointment that our customers are subjected to the recent service experiences which are as a result of the

MTN says it has taken the Communication Workers Union (CWU) to the Johannesburg labour court for allegedly blocking entrances to the company’s offices and intimidating staff. MTN South Africa’s chief

Low pay, insufficient weekend remuneration and a lack of transport money are key reasons for why MTN staff say they have gone on strike this week. On Wednesday, hundreds of MTN staff from the company’s call centres and service