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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 Press Statement on the strike in the metals and engineering sector

Numsa’s responsible approach to the engineering strike: Members of the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA) who are employed in the metal, iron, steel and engineering industry began a national strike on 1 July 2014 to press for improvements on wages, benefits and conditions of employment. Prior to the strike and since […]

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Solidarity letters from International Trade Unions to Numsa

As NUMSA Engineering Strike enters its fourth day, message of supports continues to pour in from international trade unions across the globe. Below is letters of supports from different trade Unions/Federations 1. Confederacao National dos Metalurgicos (CNM/CUT):    www.cnmcut.org.br 2. Czech Metalworkers’ Federation (OS KOVO) Support letter 3. International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers 4. Amalgamated Trade […]

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NUMSA memorandum to employer representatives in the Metal and Engineering Industrustries bargaining council

We say YES to a living wage and YES to a decent life for workers  The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on behalf of its 220 000 members in the metal and engineering sector has been mandated to register our dispute over the deadlock in our wage negotiations.  We are conscious of the weak […]

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Details of the Numsa marches taking place tomorrow Tuesday 01 July 2014

GAUTENG PROVINCE Workers will converge at 09h00am, at Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown. They will march to MEIBC, 42 Anderson Street, Marshall Town, Johannesburg Speakers: Numsa President cde Andrew Chirwa COSATU General SecretaryZwelinzima Vavi Castro Ngobese, National Spokesperson, 0836275197 KWAZULU-NATAL Workers will converge at 09h00am, King Dinizulu Park (opposite Durban Christian Centre). They will march to the […]

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Notice of the March: Engineering 2014 wage negotiations sector dispute

The Engineering Wage Negotiations has already reached a deadlock and the dispute was declared. Click to read notice of the march to Seifsa offices Notice of a strike starting on the 01 July 2014

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Engineering Wage Negotiations Status as on the 20 June 2014

Below is consolidated report of all NUMSA demands and further attached issues that have been referred to existing committees. Please see below the latest summary of what took place in the wage negotiation dispute meeting which was held on the  20th June 2014 at Benoni Lakes. Parties agreed to categorize the demands into four: Non […]

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Update on Numsa 2014 Engineering wage negotiations

Engineering sector – if you manufacture steel, or if you manufacture things made from steel like car components, aluminium cans, bolts, nuts etc, e.g. Scaw Metals, Bell equipment. Roadmap: Download 2014 – MEIBC Final Proposed Road Map Notice of a dispute on wages and other Substantive issues Wage Negotiations: Download here  

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Summary of 21st May 2014 Engineering wage negotiationss

Numsa updates on the 2014 Engineering  Sector wage negotiations which took place on the 21 May 2014. For more information, please forward your requests at Edwardr@numsa.org.za or Vusim@numsa.org.za Tel: 011 689 1700 Below is the copy of the demands presented by Numsa and other parties involved to the employers and Strike and Picketing rules Click […]

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Numsa Engineering wage demands 2014

NATIONAL UNION OF METALWORKERS OF SOUTH AFRICA 153 Bree Street (Cnr. Becker)                                                     P.O. Box 260483  Newtown, Johannesburg                                                             EXCOM 2023  2001                                                                                               Tel: (011) 689-1706  EMAIL:  vusumzim@numsa.org.za                                                Fax: (011) 689-1701 OCCB DEPT                                        OUTCOME OF NUMSA NBC WHICH WAS HELD ON THE 10 -12th MARCH 2014  CORE DEMANDS  1. Wages  We demand 15% across the board  2. […]

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