NUMSA commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Archive for February, 2009

Numsa consolidates its job security plan for government and industry captains to ponder (February 23, 2009 – 1:37 PM)

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is today (Wednesday) concluding its two-day National Executive Committee meeting which deliberated on major issues pertaining to the changing political outlook in the midst of the worst global economic slump our history.  While consolidating its own strategies in an effort to counteract the enormous depth and […]

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Numsa consolidates its job security plan for government and industry captains to ponder

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is today (Wednesday) concluding its two-day National Executive Committee meeting which deliberated on major issues pertaining to the changing political outlook in the midst of the worst global economic slump our history. While consolidating its own strategies in an effort to counteract the enormous depth and […]

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Metalworkers are all set to ensure the ANC win in the next general elections (February 11, 2009 – 10:50 AM)

Come icy storm rains or high winds, the ANC is coming back again.  The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) regions say the industrial election campaigns in most firms have already kicked off to ensure a landslide victory for the ANC whether icy conditions, roaring gales or prolonged rains falls in the way. […]

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Metalworkers are all set to ensure the ANC win in the next general elections

Come icy storm rains or high winds, the ANC is coming back again. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) regions say the industrial election campaigns in most firms have already kicked off to ensure a landslide victory for the ANC whether icy conditions, roaring gales or prolonged rains falls in the way. […]

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Eskom outsourcing plan fans out racial fury (February 6, 2009 – 10:24 AM)

A battle royal has erupted over Eskom’s alleged racially- motivated and unilateral transfer of its African employees to an outsourced private company.  This follows Eskom’s disposal of its corporate commercial services units, including its training colleges to its up-and-coming management entrepreneurs who wished to buy non-core business properties. The in-house Eskom training colleges which employed […]

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Eskom outsourcing plan fans out racial fury

A battle royal has erupted over Eskom’s alleged racially- motivated and unilateral transfer of its African employees to an outsourced private company. This follows Eskom’s disposal of its corporate commercial services units, including its training colleges to its up-and-coming management entrepreneurs who wished to buy non-core business properties. The in-house Eskom training colleges which employed […]

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