Two suspects who are allegedly involved in the killing of the late NUM Shopsteward comrade Nobongile Norah Madolo will appear in court on Thursday morning at 8:30 (02 January 2014) at Tlhabane Magistrate Court in Rustenburg , North West Province.
The two suspects are appearing for bail application, which was postponed on the 30th of December (yesterday) due to ill health of the investigating officer.
Comrade Madolo was brutally and heartlessly killed in August this year, a month that is dedicated to women. NUM will continue to pay homage to the role of women in our society and also highlight the struggles they still face in their battle for total emancipation.
Our members and other workers must know that they are pawns in a game of greedy capitalists and their henchmen when they kill each other. We call on workers in Marikana in Rustenburg to stop killing one another but build unity in order to fight for improved wages and better working conditions. They must not allow mine bosses to divide and weaken them. Workers will gain nothing from fighting and killing one another.
We are inviting our members and alliance partners around Rustenburg to come to court for support in their red regalia!
The media is welcome to attend and report.
For more information, Please contact
Geoffrey Moatshe-(NUM Rustenburg Region Education Secretary)-081 593 6089
Livhuwani Mammburu: 083 809 3257 (Acting NUM spokesperson)
National Union of Mineworkers
7 Rissik Street
Tel: 011 377 2111
Cell: 083 809 3257
"I am an African communist, that is why first and foremost I am a member of the African National Congress. The National Democratic Revolution is the shortest route to socialism that is why all communist have been commanded to be active members of the ANC to assist to see it that we get to the final push where the National Democratic Revolution get to its logical conclusion. It is not going to happen mathematically or systematically. It is going to happen in a chaotic way. We might find ourselves pushing for socialism at a given point only to find out that the National Democratic Revolution has not been accomplished. So that is how we are going to move forward," said the late former NUM Deputy President Crosby Moni.
"0rganisations are vehicles of struggles and should all time be combat ready. This does not happen on its own, it happens when conscious proletariat drives it," said the late former NUM Deputy President Crosby Moni.
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