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Companies are resisting to accelerate transformation especially of Black Women in the Mining Industry. This ordeal can be testified from the glaring discrimination of Black Women during the recruitment and promotion process.
2. SEXUAL HARASSMENTS
The Women Structure noted with dismay how Companies are ignorant to take appropriate steps in confronting elements of patriarchy in the workplace. We have often witnessed cases of sexual harassment characterised by Job Trading and or selling of Jobs, which mostly expose vulnerable Women to sell their body to obtain Jobs.
3. APPROPRIATE PPE FOR WOMEN
We welcome the progressive move taken by Coal Mining to reach an agreement with Women Structure to provide appropriate PPE for Women to ease them when they have to respond to nature. We, therefore, urge all Mining Companies to emulate Coal Mining sector to alleviate the challenges Women experienced in their respective workplace particularly underground.
4. CARNAGE AFFECTING SWAZILAND YOUTH
We are deeply perturbed to learn about another travesty affecting youth girls of Swaziland while on their way to Unconstitutional Royal Ceremony. We remain resolute to condemn this carnage and eager to fight it with everything within our powers. We are afraid that it may equate to Boko Haram scenario.
This is indeed shocking as we came to a conclusion that, this travesty is a ticking bomb where we may end up losing many people due to this gratuitous accident which could have been prevented.
For more information, please contact:
Buyiswa Sokudela: NUM Matlosana Women Structure Regional Secretary:083 402 5708Maja Mphahlele: NUM Matlosana Regional Coordinator: 082 677 4241
The National Union of Mineworkers 7 Rissik Street. Cnr Frederick Johannesburg Tel: 011 377 2111 Cell: 083 809 3257 Web: www.num.org.za<http://www.num.org.za> Twitter: @Num_Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/NUM/100860023402167
Its birth was facilitated by comrades Cyril Ramaphosa who rose to be its first General Secretary, James Motlatsi who turned to be its first President, and Elijah Barayi who became its Vice President and later the President of Cosatu in 1985 when the federation was formed. porn