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Press Releases

Numsa bracing for inevitable pending strike in the car industry.

DATE: 07 June 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release NUMSA BRACING FOR INEVITABLE PENDING STRIKE IN THE CAR INDUSTRY. Over the weekend, the wage talks between the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation (AMEO) failed dismally as employers stick to a meager 5,5% wage offer. […]

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Steel employers offered a pathetic 4,4% wage increase for 310 000 workers.

DATE: 07 June 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release STEEL EMPLOYERS OFFERED A PATHETIC 4,4% WAGE INCREASE FOR 310 000 WORKERS. Last week, the first round of wage talks between the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Steel Engineering Industry Federation Of South Africa (SEIFSA) hit a snag after […]

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Last chance for car employers after a shameful 5,5% wage offer.

DATE: 03 June 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release LAST CHANCE FOR CAR EMPLOYERS AFTER A SHAMEFUL 5,5% WAGE HIKE. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation (AMEO) will meet tomorrow 04/06/2004 in the last round of wage talks. The negotiations are to determine the […]

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Tough wage talks in the motor retail sector

DATE : 02 June 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MOTOR RETAIL AND NUMSA WILL LOCK HORNS IN WAGE NEGOTIATIONS. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) the Fuel Retailers Association (FRA) and the Retail Motor Industry (RMI) will resume their first round of wage negotiations tomorrow 03/06/2004. Both parties […]

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400 dismissed Cape Gate workers re-employed after talks.

DATE: 18 May 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 400 DISMISSED CAPE GATE WORKERS RE-EMPLOYED AFTER TALKS. Today, Production returns to normal at Cape Gate , Vanderbiljpark based steel and wire company and 400 workers re-employed after the company dismiss them for embarking on strike. This comes after workers down tools on […]

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Eskom to discipline workers for drug and alcohol testing.

DATE: 06 May 2004 Johannesburg Press release – for immediate release ESKOM TO DISCIPLINE WORKERS FOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL TEST. This week, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) strongly condemns the compulsory testing of drug and alcohol to workers by ESKOM utility company. The new test policy procedure which was never negotiated […]

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M-Tec company failing to implement signed agreement.

DATE : 05 May 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE M-TEC COMPANY FAILING TO IMPLEMENT SIGNED AGREEMENT. The National Union Of Metalworkers Of South Africa (NUMSA) is gradually losing patience with the fibre optic cable supplier – Melesela Technology (M-Tec) based in Vereeniging for failing to implement the Employment Equity Plan. M-Tec […]

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Iscor to dismiss over 30 workers for casting their votes.

DATE: 04 May 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ISCOR TO DISMISS OVER 30 WORKERS FOR CASTING THEIR VOTES. This week, ISCOR steel giant has issued letters to over 30 workers to face disciplinary action for absenting themselves to vote on the 14th April 2004. In terms of the disciplinary procedures of […]

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Competitions Commission ruling on steel pricing destroys the economy.

DATE: 03 May 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COMPETITIONS COMMISSION RULING ON STEEL PRICING DESTROYS ECONOMY. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) strongly condemns the recent ruling by the Competitions Commissions in favour of Import Parity Pricing (IPP) charged by ISCOR Steel giant. The ruling will derail the […]

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Car employers give a shameful 4,4% wage hike.

DATE : 03 May 2004 Johannesburg NUMSA PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE USE CAR EMPLOYERS GIVE WORKERS A SHAMEFUL 4,4% WAGE HIKE. The first round of wage negotiations between the National Union Of Metalworkers Of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation (AMEO) hit a stalemate on Friday. The employer organisation offered a […]

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