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Archive for August, 2013

NUMSA special Central Committee (CC) Press Conference-Friday 30 August 2013

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) special Central Committee (CC) meeting concluded its business late yesterday evening Thursday August 2013, at the Vincent Mabuyakhulu Conference Centre (VMCC), 155 Bree (Cnr Gerard Sekoto) Street, Newtown, Johannesburg, Gauteng province. The CC was taking place within the context of ongoing workers’ struggles in the auto […]

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Mbuso Ngubane, NUMSA Kwazulu-Natal Regional secretary will be live on Igagasi FM: Wednesday 28 August 2013, From 18H00-Until-19H00

MBUSO NGUBANE, the Regional Secretary of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) in KwaZulu-Natal will be one of the studio guests on iGagasiFM’ s Viewpoint Show, this evening Wednesday 28 August 2013, as from 18h00pm. The topic for discussion is “Collective Bargaining and Strikes”. Workers and the general public are encouraged to […]

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Mphumzi Maqungo, NUMSA National Treasurer will be live on SAFM: Wednesday 28 August 2013, from 10H00- until-11H00

MPHUMZI MAQUNGO, the National Treasurer of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will be one of the studio guests on SAfm’ s Workers on Wednesday tomorrow Wednesday 28 August 2013, as from 10h00am – until – 11h00am. The topic for discussion is “Collective Bargaining Update – prospects for the labour movement”. Workers […]

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Workers to down tools in demand of a living wage

The National Union of Metalworkers South Africa (Numsa) representing 72 000 workers cheaply exploited in petrol stations, components, automotive retail, panel-beaters, car and spare parts, fitment workshops , truck body and trailer builders and dealerships will be downing tools next week Monday September 02, 2013, in demand of a living wage and improved conditions of […]

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NUMSA statement on the ongoing Auto sector strike

The National Office Bearers (NOBs’) of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will be convening a special auto National Shopstewards Council (NSSC) tomorrow Tuesday 27 August 2013, at the Vincent Mabuyakhulu Conference Centre (VMCC), Newtown, Johannesburg, Gauteng. The purpose of this special auto NSSC is to consolidate a way forward based on […]

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Motsotso wa Numsa (Numsa’s moment)

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NUMSA consulting members on a revised wage offer

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) held strategic talks with auto employers’ representatives – the Automobile Manufacturers Employers’ Organisation (AMEO), yesterday Thursday August 22, 2013, until the crack of dawn. The strategic engagements were held to solicit a settlement offer on the ongoing strike by our highly exploited members in the auto […]

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NUMSA Kwazulu-Natal Regional Secretary to address TOYOTA striking workers

MBUSO NGUBANE, National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) KwaZulu-Natal Regional Secretary will be addressing the 5 000 TOYOTA striking workers tomorrow Friday 23 August 2013, TOYOTA, Prospecton plant, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province. The Regional Secretary’s address will also provide an update and feedback on the union’s engagements scheduled for late this afternoon (Thursday 22 […]

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NUMSA to meet Automobile Bosses’

Wednesday 21 August 2013 The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has late this afternoon, Wednesday August 21, 2013, received an official notice from the automobile bosses, requesting the resumption of negotiations, tomorrow afternoon Thursday August 2013, around Pretoria, Gauteng. The intentions of tomorrow’s negotiations is to find a possible and lasting settlement […]

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Numsa Statement on the latest developments on the Automobile Strike

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) calls on the intransigent Automobile Manufacturers Employer’s Organization (AMEO) to fully concede to workers’ demands in the industry’s National Bargaining Forum (NBF). Workers decided to embark on an indefinite strike as a means of the last resort after everything else failed in order to persuade the […]

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