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Articles tagged as Cedric Gina

Interview

Moving up the ranks – from general worker to regional secretary  Sizwe Dlamini, hard at work at his RS desk. Cedric Gina Attend Numsa's National Executive Committee or Central Committee and you will see some new faces representing their regions. Since the elections early this year, three regions have elected 'brand new' regional secretaries – […]

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COSATU Strike

Cosatu stops the country! Cosatu's demands: 1. The costs of the power-cuts must not be borne by the poorest in society. 2. Workers must not be retrenched as a result of the power-cuts 3. The electrification programme to poor households must not be compromised. 4. In the short and medium term: – the public sector […]

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Congress

BUA time!From October 13 to 16 2008, close to 1000 Numsa delegates will gather from across the country to attend Numsa's 8th National Congress.The National Congress is Numsa's highest decision making body. It decides on Numsa's direction, it has the power to change current policy or make new policy. The secretariat report to the congress […]

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Xenophobia

Xenophobia kills Africa!By the middle of June xenophobic attacks had died down. Paulina Mohale and Rolly Xipu visited a Numsa-organised company, Safeline, in Johannesburg where foreign workers are working alongside South Africans. When we arrived at the company, the production manager gave us one hour to discuss the xenophobia issue with workers. The factory is […]

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Shopfloor

 Join the marches against price increases from JulyNational march to go ahead on August 6 Nedlac has given the go ahead for Cosatu to march around the rising electricity, food and transport costs and the increased interest rates. We need tell you no more. You know how these price increases are affecting you and your […]

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Loadshedding

I don't know if I'll survive this retrenchment called 'load-shedding'!Cedric Gina The memories of the first and second retrenchment at Bayside are still fresh for Petros Mnikathi and about 200 other Numsa members. Mnikathi started working at Bayside in 1974. He was a young man at the time. He knows no other work, except to […]

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Politics – Interview with Kgalema Motlanthe

The challenges of the day in the ruling party and in Cosatu Kgalema Motlanthe, secretary general of the ANC, speaks to Numsa Bulletin about the multi-class nature of the ANC, the difference between a coalition and an alliance, the gender quota and the challenges of implementing ANC policy in government. What we see from the […]

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