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Putco responds to NUMSA’s “irresponsible boycott call”

By: Natasha Archary Image: File Putco has responded to the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa's (NUMSA) "irresponsible boycott call", urging the public to not make use of the company's services. The public transport service provider says it is disappointed by NUMSA's call following the Section 188A CCMA arbitration process for 85 union members who embarked on an illegal strike in September 2022. On Monday, 19 February NUMSA accused […]

today20/02/2024

Benjamin Netanyahu's arrest

NEWS

NUMSA demands Benjamin Netanyahu’s arrest for genocide and war crimes

By: Natasha Archary Image: NUMSA X The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) is demanding the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for genocide and war crimes. NUMSA said the union is shocked by the barbaric attacks unleashed by the Zionist state of Israel against Palestinian civilians in Gaza. In a statement, the union says what is transpiring in Gaza is not a war, rather an ethnic […]

today20/11/2023

NEWS

NUMSA is threatening to embark on a strike in the bus sector ahead of the Easter weekend

Image | @Greyhound SA via Facebook NUMSA is threatening to embark on a strike in the bus sector ahead of the Easter weekend. The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) has said it will be embarking on a strike in the bus sector ahead of the Easter weekend if employers do not put a “meaningful” wage offer on the table.   The South African Bus Employers Association and the Commuter […]

today04/04/2023

transport allowance

NEWS

NUMSA to march over unpaid Denel salaries

By: Natasha Archary Disgruntled Denel employees will be embarking on a march over unpaid salaries on Friday, 15 July. Supported by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), workers will march to the Department of Public Enterprises offices. This after workers report that they have not been paid for April, May and June this year. There's further concerns over whether employees will be paid a salary for July. […]

today15/07/2022

transport allowance

NEWS

NUMSA members will march to Tshwane House demanding transport allowance

By: Natasha Archary The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa will be embarking on a march on Friday, 12 May to Tshwane House. Members from three agencies who run the City of Tshwane's Areyeng BRT system are demanding a transport allowance. For many NUMSA members, the transport allowance is a concern, especially for those who are at Tshwane Rapid Transit (TRT), Tshwane Affected Operation Investment (TAOI) and Xtremetec. Workers […]

today13/05/2022

metalworkers strike

NEWS

Metalworkers indefinite strike brings car industry to a halt

Kaya News Reporter    The National Union of Metalworkers South Africa has commenced an indefinite strike over pay increases. Threatening to bring the car industry to a halt, the union and over 155 000 workers are calling for a total shutdown until their demands are met. The metalworkers strike will impact the SA car industry and the supply of parts for new cars and accessories. According to industry and union officials […]

today06/10/2021

NEWS

Trapped ArcelorMittal metalworkers confirmed dead

Kaya 959 News   The bodies of the three ArcelorMittal workers trapped underground following an explosion at the plant have been located.   The National Union of Metalworkers South Africa is deeply saddened by the workers passing.   NUMSA had accused the company of dragging its feet in rescue operations   During a meeting, yesterday unions put pressure on the company to intensify the search operations and to seek help […]

today18/02/2021

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