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Press Releases

Numsa members still debating the 7,5% wage offer from SEIFSA.

DATE: 02 August 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NUMSA MEMBERS STILL DEBATING THE 7,5% WAGE OFFER FROM SEIFSA. Workers in the steel and engineering are debating the improved wage offer of 7,5% for the lowest paid and 6,5% for the highest paid. This comes after the National Union of Metalworkers of […]

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Numsa delighted about the overwhelming strike support.

DATE: 29 July 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NUMSA DELIGHTED ABOUT THE OVERWHELMING STRIKE SUPPORT . The one day strike action in the steel and engineering has received tremendous support from workers. An estimated 23 000 supported the protest march in Johannesburg and close to 5 000 workers protested in the […]

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Close to 20 000 steel and engineering workers to march over wages.

DATE : 27 July 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CLOSE TO 20 000 STEEL AND ENGINEERING WORKERS TO MARCH OVER WAGES. Close to 20 000 workers in the steel and engineering companies will embark on a one day protest march on Thursday 29/07/2004 in Johannesburg. This comes after the National Union […]

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No strike yet in the car vehicle industry.

DATE: 27 July 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release NO STRIKE YET IN THE CAR INDUSTRY OVER WAGE ISSUES. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) will not issue a notice to strike today 26/07/2004 in the car vehicle industry. This comes after the union engaged in talks with Automobile Manufacturers […]

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Numsa strikes and disputes in the automobile , steel and engineering , motor retail,Iscor , Eskom , tyre and rubber and highveld steel.

DATE : 15 July 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LAST CHANCE FOR CAR EMPLOYERS AS WAGES REMAIN THE SAME. The strike action in the car industry will commence on the week of the 26 July 2004. This comes after the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Automobile […]

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Crippling strike in the horizon with steel employers.

DATE: 12 July 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release CRIPPLING STRIKE IN THE HORIZON WITH STEEL EMPLOYERS . Today, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Steel Engineering Industry Federation Of South Africa (SEIFSA) failed to resolved the wage issue in a dispute meeting. The employer federation remains stuck […]

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Numsa declares war in the car industry over 6,5% wage offer.

DATE: 12 July 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release NUMSA DECLARES WAR IN THE CAR INDUSTRY OVER 6,5% WAGE OFFER. Over the weekend, the wage talks between the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation (AMEO) deadlocked. The wage offer remains unchanged at 6,5% across the […]

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Looming strike in the car industry over the aghaust 6,5% wage offer.

DATE: 28 June 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release LOOMING STRIKE IN THE CAR INDUSTRY OVER THE AGHAUST 6,5% WAGE OFFER. Over the weekend, the wage talks between the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation (AMEO) failed once again to yield positive results. The employer […]

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Workers face dismissal for complaining about dogs in the workplace.

DATE : 23 June 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WORKERS FACE DISMISSAL FOR COMPLAINING ABOUT DOGS IN THE FACTORY. Today, 18 workers at the T.C.E engineering company based in Benoni to face disciplinary hearing and possible dismissal after they complained about dogs set on other fellow workers. Workers are constantly intimidated […]

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Numsa declared a dispute in the steel and engineering over 4,7 wage offer.

DATE: 22 June 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release NUMSA DECLARED A DISPUTE IN THE STEEL AND ENGINEERING OVER 4,7%. WAGE OFFER. Yesterday, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) declared a formal dispute against the Steel Engineering Industry Federation Of South Africa (SEIFSA) pitiable 4,7 wage offer for 310 000 […]

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