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Archive for July, 2014

NUMSA 2014 Engineering wage negotiations agreements

NUMSA’s General Secretary cde Irvin Jim and Deputy General Secretary Karl Cloete, on Tuesday 29 July 2014, signed the collective bargaining agreement with Seifsa, at 14h00pm, The Lakes Hotel, Benoni, Gauteng province. The agreement was signed under the watchful eye of the Metal and Engineering Industry Bargaining Council (MEIBC). Below is all Numsa 2014 Engineering […]

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Numsa to sign agreement

NUMSA’s General Secretary cde Irvin Jim and Deputy General Secretary Karl Cloete, will today Tuesday 29 July 2014, sign the collective bargaining agreement with Seifsa, at 14h00pm, The Lakes Hotel, Benoni, Gauteng province. The agreement will be signed under the watchful eye of the Metal and Engineering Industry Bargaining Council (MEIBC). Immediately after signing the […]

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Numsa on the 4 week old Engineering Numsa strike

The Numsa Special National Executive Committee (NEC) was convened yesterday, Sunday 27 July 2014, to update the union’s structures on the progress made during negotiations in the Metals Engineering Industry Bargaining Council (MEIBC) this past week. The special NEC was attended by Numsa’s National Office Bearers (NOBs), worker-leaders from all our Regions, and members of […]

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Numsa National Office Bearers (NOBs) to address a Media briefing – Monday 28 July 2014 – Numsa Head Office

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will hold a Media Briefing this afternoon, Monday 28 July 2014, at 16h00pm, Numsa Head Office, 153 Bree (Cnr Gerard Sekoto), Newtown. The Media Briefing will be used to publicly communicate the union’s final decision in relation to the ongoing strike in the Engineering/Metals sector. The […]

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Statement of the National Executive Committee (NEC) on the ongoing strike

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) held a special National Executive Committee (NEC) today, Sunday 27 July 2014, in central Johannesburg. The NEC meeting was attended by Numsa’s National Office Bearers (NOBs’), worker leaders from all our Regions and members of the National Bargaining Team. The special NEC has agreed to consult […]

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Numsa General Secretary Cde Irvin Jim to address Numsa Kwazulu-Natal Congress

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) General Secretary cde IRVIN JIM will address Numsa KwaZulu-Natal Congress tomorrow Saturday 26 July 2014, Showground, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal province. The Congress will be held under the strategic theme “We Demand Decent Work and Living Wage Now”. The Congress will be attended by 600 voting delegates drawn […]

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Numsa statement on the latest developments – Engineering/Metals sector strike

” Every strike brings thoughts of socialism very forcibly to the worker’s mind, thoughts of the struggle of the entire working class for emancipation from the oppression of capital” – Vladimir Lenin The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is currently holding a Special National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting in central Johannesburg. The […]

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Media invited to a Photo opportunity: Special Numsa National Executive Committee (NEC) Tuesday 22 July 2014

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will be holding a Special National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting this AFTERNOON Tuesday 22 July 2014, at Vincent Mabuyakhulu Conference Centre, (opposite Numsa Head Office, 153 Bree (Cnr Gerard Sekoto) Streets, Newtown. The Special NEC will discuss the latest proposed wage settlement offer, and solicit a […]

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Is There Room for South Africa’s Middle Class in Numsa’s United Front and Movement for Socialism?

In an extensive interview, Numsa’s general secretary, Irvin Jim, talks to Fazila Farouk of SACSIS about Numsa’s current strike, alliance politics as well as its United Front and Movement for Socialism. In response to a question about building greater solidarity between the middle class and the poor, Jim argues that Numsa’s movement for socialism is […]

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Numsa President Andrew Chirwa to address Palestine solidarity protest

NUMSA President Cde ANDREW CHIRWA, will address Palestine solidarity protest TODAY Friday 18 July 2014, at 13h30pm, Israel Embassy Trade Office, West Street (Cnr Fredman), Sandton. The solidarity protest is being organised by BDSSA, and other pro-Palestine solidarity and trade unions. Members of the media are hereby invited to attend and report. Enquiries: Castro Ngobese […]

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