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NUM urges workers at Impala Bafokeng Platinum Mine to report back to work with immediate effect

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NUM urges workers at Impala Bafokeng Platinum Mine to report back to work with immediate effect

Media Statement 10 January 2024

NUM urges workers at Impala Bafokeng Platinum Mine to report back to work with immediate effect

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) Rustenburg Region urges all workers at Impala Bafokeng Platinum Mine to return to work with immediate effect on their next scheduled shifts as the company acceded to their demands.

After an extensive engagement, the NUM leadership and the company resolved on the following:

1.   Uplifting of the suspensions for the thirty-eight (38) employees who participated in the illegal underground sit-in at the mine operations. The employees have been issued with final written warning.

2.   Payment of the 2022 RBPlat ESOP scheme allocations, including interest. The payment will be effected during the first week of February 2024.

3.   Expedite the Appeal process by written submission by 09H00 on Wednesday 10 January 2024 and reply from the company by 15H00.

It must be noted that the above is on condition that all RBPM employees currently not reporting for work, return to work with immediate effect on their next scheduled shift, and without any other further conditions.

Workers who fail to return to work as per the above arrangements will not be protected by this undertaking.

For the continued mandate and objective of saving jobs, the NUM leadership across all structures, still urge and persuade workers to return to work. 

For more detailed information, please contact:

Geoffrey Moatshe, NUM Rustenburg Regional Secretary, 081 593 6089

Livhuwani Mammburu, NUM National Spokesperson, 083 809 3257

Luphert Chilwane, NUM Media Officer, 083 809 3255

The National Union of Mineworkers
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Tel: 011 377 2111 Cell: 083 809 3257
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