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26 May 2017
                       
 
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19 May 2017
 
 
DETAWU: DETAWU calls for the removal of Zenzo Mahlangu
STATEMENT
DETAWU has noted with great concern the recent revelation on the original (alleged) citizenship and development on the deportation of SATAWU General Secretary Mr Zenzo Mahlangu as reported on the...
 
 
02 Nov 2016
 
UASA: Anglo Platinum concludes underhanded secretive wage/salaries agreement with AMCU
STATEMENT
After a full month’s negotiations between organised labour and management, during which the services of two CCMA facilitators were engaged, Anglo Platinum senior management signed an unlawful...
 
 
10 Feb 2016
 
 
 
NUM: The tiny and spoiled rich people like Chris Griffith continues to undermine and disrespect mineworkers in the mining industry
STATEMENT
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is extremely disgusted and shocked with Anglo Platinum Chief Executive Chris Griffith after he made an announcement in the media that his company is going to...
 
 
29 Apr 2015
 
NUM: Livhuwani Mammburu says AMCU and Anglo Platinum colludes in the retrenchment of 474 workers
STATEMENT
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is extremely disturbed and worried to realise that AMCU is in alliance or is sleeping in the same bed with Anglo Platinum to destroy 474 jobs of the...
 
 
10 Jun 2014
 
SA: Statement by the Department of Mineral Resources, Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi address on interventions to resolve wage negotiations impasse (10/06/2014)
STATEMENT
As indicated at the media briefing on Saturday, yesterday - Monday the 9th of June 2014 - was the last meeting facilitated by myself to resolve the impasse in the wage negotiations between labour...
 
 
06 Jun 2014
 
SA: Statement by the Department of Mineral Resources, update on platinum talks (06/06/2014)
STATEMENT
Talks continued in Pretoria today, led by Mineral Resources Minister Adv Ngoako Ramatlhodi, to find solutions to the current impasse in the platinum wage talks. “We are still engaging with all...
 
 
04 Jun 2014
 
SA: Statement by the Department of Mineral Resources, update on Minister's meeting with platinum companies (04/06/2014)
STATEMENT
Mineral Resources Minister Advocate Ngoako Ramatlhodi met with the CEOs of platinum mining companies in Pretoria today, during which a proposal from the Association of Mineworkers and Construction...
 
 
03 Jun 2014
 
 
 
The platinum strike, BEE and the future of worker struggles
The South African Civil Society Information Service
The platinum strike, which began on the 23rd of January has become a showdown with the mining houses, the media and the state on one side, and platinum mineworkers on the other. In fact, the mining...
 
 
02 Sep 2012
 
SA: Statement by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, on meeting during the 9th Numsa National Congress (02/09/2012)
STATEMENT
A. Main Tasks of the August 2012 Numsa CC The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) Central Committee (CC) met for the first time after the 9th Numsa National Congress from 27th to...
 
 
31 Aug 2012
 
SA: Naledi Pandor: Address by the Minister of Science and Technology, at The New Age business breakfast, Sandton Convention Centre, Sandton (31/08/2012)
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The Deputy Minister of Science and Technology, Mr Derek Hanekom; The Director-General of the Department, Dr Phil Mjwara, and his senior managers; The CEO of The New Age Media, Mr Nazeem Howa; The...
 
 
 
                       
 
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