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NUM not happy with Lily Mine being placed on business rescue administration
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is extremely disappointed about the decision by Lily Mine to place the mine on a business rescue administration.
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The NUM is angry that Sibanye Gold made an offer to their baby AMCU of R25 on top of the Gold Sector wage agreement signed in 2015.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is extremely angry and disturbed that Sibanye Gold made an offer to their baby AMCU R25 on top of the Gold Sector wage agreement that was signed in 2015. This is being done outside the collective bargaining forum at the Chamber of Mines.
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NUM supports Samwu Strike

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NUM supports Samwu Strike
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) fully support the South African Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) in their strike fighting for improved conditions of service and the equalisation of salaries and other issues at Pikitup.
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NUM is very angry about the behaviour of Lily Mine.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is very disturbed about the behaviour of Lily Mine in excluding them from participating in issues relating to the aftermath of the incident in that mine. NUM has members at Lily Mine who might be directly and indirectly affected by the incident at this mine.
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NUM Deputy President Joseph Montisetsi to visit Lily Mine tomorrow.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) Deputy President Joseph Montisetsi will visit Lily Mine in Barberton tomorrow to meet with the management of Vantage Goldfields. The meeting will start at 11 am.
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The NUM Western Cape statement on the dismissal of twelve workers by the NMC Construction Company
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in the Western Cape region is angered by the dismissal of about 12 workers by NMC Construction Company precisely because they demanded safe drinking water. These workers are employed by Cape Town based NMC construction company and all are from Cape Town currently working on a site in Carnarvon, Northern Cape.
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NUM calls on Eskom to reward its employees

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NUM calls on Eskom to reward its employees
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is calling on Eskom to reward its 46 000 employees for having worked hard to minimise load shedding in this country.
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The NUM press statement regarding the developments at Eskom
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) held its National Pre-Bargaining Seminar on the 10th – 12th March 2016 in preparation for Collective bargaining that is scheduled to commence with Eskom, and the following decisions were taken:
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The arrest of seven AMCU members opens a can of worms
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) Region of Carletonville feels that the arrest of the seven AMCU members serving as trustees of Impala Workers Provident Fund on allegations of soliciting bribes for the funeral insurance company that administer their funds has opened a can of worms.
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 The NUM calls for Mr. Patrice Motsepe to intervene at Khumani operation in Northern Cape as employees money is deducted from their salaries without their permission.
The National Union Of Mineworkers (NUM) is extremely disturbed and worried that Khumani operation a subsidiary of the African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) a company owned by South African tycoon Patrice Motsepe has unilaterally deducted R500 from the employees salaries without consultation or agreement effective from November 2015.
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