NUMSANational Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa)
NUMSANational Union of Metalworkers of South Africa
NUMSANational Union of Mineworkers of South Africa
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EWN, (3 July 2014), NUMSA strike: Vandalism, intimidation continues.
0 percent the year after that, but NUMSA Secretary General Irvin Jim dismissed the offer and threatened to drag in 100,000 NUMSA members in other sectors not on strike.
NUMSAs efforts carry echoes of the attempt to restructure Lucas Aerospace in the 1970s.
Johannesburg: South African trade union NUMSA said it had reached a deal to end a four-week strike in the auto components sector that has crippled production.
Our starting point as NUMSA is that to effect an energy transition, we as the global union movement do need a perspective to guide us as well as strategies to be utilized by the movement.
Anuncian tambien que saldran colectivamente del NUMSA, al que acusan de complicidad con el gobierno y con los directivos de la mina.
Also cf NUMSA obo Joseph and Hill Side Aluminium (2004) 25 ILJ 2264 (BCA).
Even in the bulk of unionized workplaces where large scale retrenchments had taken place, NUMSA managed to retain a significant shop floor presence, facilitating the subsequent expansion into hitherto unorganized categories of work, above all into the higher job bands.
Capel y Van Wyk son categoricos: el punto de partida de los disturbios de Marikana fue anterior a la disputa entre el NUMSA y el ACMU.
The company recently reported it had entered into discussions with its "recognized unions" (NUM, NUMSA, UASA) to explore options to facilitate the return to work of the Union and Amandelbult mine employees who are engaged in illegal strike action.
In the 1980s it was the scene for a series of extremely militant strikes by the metal workers union, NUMSA, marked by intense contestation between management and workers as well as a violent conflict between different factions of workers.