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Numsa condemns violent protests and xenophobic attacks in Balfour, Mpumalanga
February 10, 2010 - 10:05 PM by NUMSA STAFF | Category: Press Statements
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 NUMSA CONDEMNS VIOLENT PROTESTS AND XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS

 

09 February 2010

 

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) condemns the violent protests and xenophobic attacks directed towards foreign nationals in Siyathemba, Balfour, Mpumalanga province because they negate the legitimate and genuine service delivery and economic opportunities demands raised by the community. We view these protests within the context of the ‘welfarist’, top-down bureaucratic ‘delivery’ interventions fostered and entrenched by the 1996 class project.

 

We call on the working class formations particularly the ANC-led Alliance  to unite the community around a strategic programme that raises broader challenges – and not just demanding more ‘delivery’ into the same over-crowded, under-resourced and reproduced apartheid slums and townships. Our Revolutionary Alliance must actively champion a revolutionary agenda which seeks to transfer the wealth of our country to the people as a whole informed by the Freedom Charter as part of resolving these challenges of underdevelopment and economic opportunities for our people.

 

The inability by the Revolutionary Alliance to seize this moment will open up a lacuna for local political entrepreneurs and ‘tenderpreneurs’ who are opportunistically and demagogically using popular frustrations to wage their own self-centered battles to access local tenders and power. We reiterate our call for the convening of a service delivery summit geared towards responding to the challenges and bottlenecks at local level.

 

Contact:

 

Castro Ngobese

National Spokesperson – 073 299 1595

 

The violent protests and xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in Balfour are negating the legitimate demands of the community.
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Numsa calls for an end to excessive packages for parastatals' executives
January 27, 2010 - 1:42 PM by NUMSA STAFF | Category: Press Statements
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NUMSA CALLS FOR AN END TO EXCESSIVE PACKAGES FOR PARASTALS EXECUTIVES!

 

27 January 2010

 

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) supports the call by ANC MP and Public Enterprises Portfolio Committee Chairperson Cde Vytjie Mentoor for an end to exorbitant and excessive pay-outs for parastatals executives.

 

The R85 million demand by disgruntled former Eskom CEO Jacob Maroga should serve as an end to the culture of entitlemement and greed which was fostered and entrenched by the 1996 class project within state owned entities and organs. These excessive and immoral demands or huge packages pay-outs are implanting a poisonous message to the minds of the people - that it is OK to occupy a key and strategic public position for personal enrichment and looting of public funds meant for service delivery. It should be noted and understood that occupying a key position of power and authority is a national service for the good of the country and her people.

 

This BLINGyfication of positions and state owned entities has not been matched with competence and quality delivery, but instead it brought disastrous leadership and poor services to the majority poor of our people. The SAA under Coleman Andrews, Andre Viljoen and Khaya Ngqula, Denel under Victor Moche, Land Bank under Alan Mukoki, SABC under Dali Mpofu and Gab Mampone all failed to deliver their mandates. All these culprits one way or the other have received political support from some amongst our leaders who are obsessed with bling, and they are using loosely and vulgarized reference to NDR injunction that the main content of our struggle is for the liberation of blacks in general and Africans in particular.

 

Given the leadership lacuna in the Ministry of Public Enterprises to respond to this challenge we call on Cabinet to develop guidelines and standards for remuneration for executives. These guidelines should also be publicly published and receive inputs from all ordinary South Africans and civil society.

 

We further call on Cabinet to reconsider the manner in which parastatals Boards members are being appointed and be subjected to the similar SABC Board parliamentary processes.

 

Contact:

Castro Ngobese

National Spokesperson – 073 299 1595 / 083 979 5266


 

The R85 million demand by disgruntled former Eskom CEO Jacob Maroga should serve as an end to the culture of entitlemement and greed.
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Fifa must make sure that World Cup tickets are affordable to the poor
January 19, 2010 - 3:34 PM by NUMSA STAFF | Category: Press Statements
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FIFA MUST MAKE SURE THAT WORLD CUP TICKETS ARE AFFORDABLE TO THE POOR!

 

13 January 2010

 

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) calls on the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) 2010 Local Organising Committee to make a strategic intervention by making sure that World Cup tickets are available at a reasonable price to all South Africans and other African states, especially the workers and the poor.

 

We have noted with serious concerns the revelations by the 2010 World Cup LOC Chief Executive Danny Jordaan that Bafana Bafana and other qualified African states tickets are not selling well as the deadline of 22 January 2010 approaches. We strongly believe that the low purchases of the tickets are a manifestation of the sharpening class realities in our country and beyond our boarders, wherein the ordinary people can’t even afford basic necessities such as bread, milk and a decent meal.

 

The high and excessive tickets costs of the World Cup and the area of purchase – the FNB bank will deprive the vast majority of workers and the poor of Africa from rallying behind their national teams. We call on 2010 World Cup Local Organising Committee to make World Cup tickets affordable to the poor and re-consider selling tickets at Post Offices as opposed to the capitalist Banks, which are not located where the main supporters of football are residing. In our country and Africa, the workers and the poor are not only the bed-rock, main supporters and the reproducers of football stars, but they use football as a cathedral to promote peace, friendship and solidarity given the brutal role of Capitalism on Africa’s under-development and ravaging wars.

 

The FIFA 2010 World Cup Local Organising Committee has a responsibility and a duty to make sure that the majority of Africa’s workers and the poor have an opportunity to watch their stars of ‘kitchen girls’ and ‘garden boys’ shine on the field of play as part of FIFA’s commitment of bringing this prestigious sport showpiece to Africa for the first time. It will be a tragedy and a farce if the World Cup just benefits football bigwigs at the expense of the workers and the poor!

 

We wish all the participating teams in the African Nations Cup (ANC) currently underway in Angola all the best.

 

Contact:

 

Castro Ngobese

Numsa National Spokesperson – 083 979 5266

 

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Numsa condemns Zapiro cartoon
January 19, 2010 - 3:24 PM by NUMSA STAFF | Category: Press Statements
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NUMSA CONDEMNS ZAPIRO CARTOON

 

15 January 2010

 

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is utterly disgusted and incensed by the Zapiro cartoon in today’s Mail & Guardian.

The cartoon by Zapiro depicts the President of the Republic and of the ANC Jacob Zuma unbuckling his pants whilst Lady Justice is being held on the floor by Shabir Shaik and Eugene de Kock. Whilst Lady Justice is his target, for many the image of the woman on the ground alludes back to his charge of rape and thereby seeks to implant in the minds of the public that President Zuma is a rapist, despite being found not guilty of rape by any courts of law in the land. This venomous and personal hatred of President Zuma camouflaged as an artistic skill by Zapiro is a sign of disrespect not only to President Zuma, but to the office and the position he occupies in society as the fourth democratically elected Head of State. Whilst we respect and uphold the constitution and freedom of expression, it does not give cartoonists license to undermine the fundamental rights to dignity as guaranteed in the constitution. This cartoon is highly distasteful, deplorable and boarders on defamation of character, and is clearly intended to poison the minds of the readers and the general public against President Jacob Zuma. The depiction of our justice system to a woman who is about to be raped is grossly insensitive and reckless in the context of a rampant crisis of rape and violence against women in our country. We demand that the Mail & Guardian and Zapiro apologizes to President Jacob Zuma and refrain from reckless and offensive cartoons.


We further demand that the South African Human Rights Commission takes drastic action against Zapiro in the interest of safeguarding our constitutional rights to dignity and respect.

 

Contact:

 

Castro Ngobese

National Spokesperson – 083 979 5266

 

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General Motors South Africa looses a retrenchment case to NUMSA again
June 29, 2009 - 9:58 PM by Mziwakhe | Category: Press Statements
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Today, Monday 29 June 2009 in the Durban Labour Court Honourable Justice Van Niekerk delivered a judgement on the interpretation of the judgement handed down on 17 June 2009 in Johannesburg Labour Court on the matter of retrenchments brought about by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) against the worse employer in the South African automotive industry, General Motors South Africa (GMSA).

On 17 June 2009 Johannesburg Labour Court found that the retrenchments initiated by GMSA during April were procedurally unfair. The Labour Court ordered that it shall determine the amount of compensation to which the retrenched workers are entitled. Following this judgement NUMSA initiated a process to ensure that all the affected employees regardless whether they were on Short Term Contracts (STCs) or permanent receive fair compensation. GMSA challenged NUMSA’s interpretation, wanting to exclude from compensation about 180 retrenched workers on the basis that they were on STCs or retrenched after April 2009. As a result the matter had to go back to the Labour Court.

Again the Labour Court in Durban today found that the retrenchments initiated by GMSA after April were procedurally unfair. The Labour Court ruling also clears the way for NUMSA to seek compensation for STC workers who were unfairly retrenched by GMSA. The total number of employees for whom NUMSA will be seeking fair compensation is approximately 460. The union will from tomorrow, 30 June 2009 embark on this process.

NUMSA wants to ensure that retrenched workers are compensated the amount not less than the wages they would have earned had they not been retrenched. In addition, the union wants members to be compensated for all the losses they individually incurred as a result of GMSA’s retrenchment spree.

NUMSA shall pursue GMSA to the end. We hope that other employers will learn a good lesson out of this.

For more information contact

Alex Mashilo; 082 9200308

NUMSA’s Spokesperson

Issued by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, Johannesburg

On 17 June 2009 Johannesburg Labour Court found that the retrenchments initiated by GMSA during April were procedurally unfair. The Labour Court ordered that it shall determine the amount of compensation to which the retrenched workers are entitled.
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NUMSA will tomorrow, Friday 26 June 2009 at 10:00 embark on a strike at Garankuwa based Giflo Engineering
June 25, 2009 - 10:53 PM by Alex Mashilo | Category: Press Statements
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The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) will
tomorrow, Friday 26 June 2009 at 10:00 embark on a strike action at
Garankuwa (Gauteng) based Giflo Engineering (Bop) (Pty) over
retrenchments.

Giflo Engineering manufactures automotive components for Low Commercial
Vehicles (LCVs), trucks and passenger vehicles. Among others this
company is a supplier to Toyota South Africa, Nissan, Nissan Diesel,
Ford Motor Company and Man Truck. All these companies will be affected
by a cut in components supply due to the strike action.    

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) gave
NUMSA and Giflo Engineering until Wednesday 17 June 2009 to resolve the
retrenchment dispute in which the company is determined to retrench 83
out of the more than 500 workers without engaging in good faith with the
union. NUMSA has done everything possible to persuade Giflo Engineering
not to retrench workers, and to disclose all relevant information
required of meaningful information. But Giflo Engineering has since been
intransigent.

The union believes that as the last resort a strike action will compel
Giflo Engineering to engage meaningfully in a joint consensus-seeking
consultation with an aim of finding and implementing alternatives to
retrenchments.

As the recession is deepening the household and the community are
increasingly burdened by the negative impact of high interest rates,
reduced hours of work and retrenchments. NUMSA calls on other employers
to be sensitive to this and therefore engage in good faith with unions.

For further information contact
Numsa Spokesperson
Alex Mashilo: 082 9200 308
&
Sekome Tshoga: 083 253 7290
Numsa Roslyn Local Organiser

Issued by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa,
Johannesburg

The union believes that as the last resort a strike action will compel Giflo Engineering to engage meaningfully in a joint consensus-seeking consultation with an aim of finding and implementing alternatives to retrenchments.
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NUMSA presses General Motors to pay fair compensation for all workers
June 24, 2009 - 10:46 PM by Alex Mashilo | Category: Press Statements
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NUMSA presses General Motors to pay fair compensation for all workers
that it retrenched unfairly.

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) is pressing
ahead for fair compensation to all workers who suffered unfair
retrenchments from General Motors South Africa (GMSA). This follows the
Johannesburg Labour Court (LC) ruling on
17 June 2009 in which the
retrenchments initiated by GMSA in April 2009 were ordered to be
procedurally unfair. The LC shall determine the amount of compensation
to which the retrenched workers are entitled.

NUMSA wants compensation to the retrenched workers to cover at least the
wages they would have earned had they not been unfairly retrenched, and
the losses they have incurred as a result of GMSA's procedurally unfair
retrenchments.

In its malicious conduct, GMSA also demoted a number of team leaders who
were categorically told that if they don't agree to be demoted they
shall be retrenched. NUMSA demands that these team leaders must be
reinstated back to their previous employment levels with full benefits.

GMSA misinterpreted the 17 June 2009 Johannesburg LC ruling, basically
seeking to exclude from compensation other workers that it unfairly
retrenched, and to continuing with unfair retrenchments. Following this
NUMSA and GMSA presented their arguments in the Durban LC today,
24 June
2009
for the interpretation of the Johannesburg LC ruling. The same
Judge who heard the matter in
Johannesburg, Justice Van Niekerk will on
Monday 29 June 2009 deliver a judgement on interpretation in the Durban
Labour Court
.  

NUMSA shall pursue GMSA to the end in ensuring that this company
observes the rule of law. The same shall apply to other companies that
want to join the ranks of bad employers.      

For further information contact

Alex Mashilo, 082 9200 308
Numsa Spokesperson
Issued by the National
Union of Metalworkers of South Africa

NUMSA shall pursue GMSA to the end in ensuring that this company observes the rule of law.
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NUMSA engages South Africa's central bank against conservative and fundamentalist inflation targeting
June 18, 2009 - 11:19 PM by Alex Mashilo | Category: Press Statements
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Why is the National Union of Metalworkers disappointed with SA Reserve Bank management since our liberation? There are six main reasons:

 

·        Failure to pursue the Bank’s mission:  Our understanding of the Bank’s mission is that:

 

“The South African Reserve Bank is the central bank of the Republic of South Africa. It regards its primary goal in the South African economic system as "the achievement and maintenance of price stability".

The South African Reserve Bank maintains that
South Africa has a growing economy based on the principles of a market system, private and social initiative, effective competition and social fairness. It recognises, in the performance of its duties, the need to pursue balanced economic development and growth”.

 

Our view is that the Reserve Bank has failed in pursuing balanced economic development and growth in its pursuit of price stability.  Currently, interest rates in South Africa are far too high compared to our trading partners.  This has significantly contributed to the strengthening of the Rand, and the collapse of domestic demand, within the context of high inflation. The central bank has therefore failed to control inflation within its targeted band, and has in the process contributed significantly in generating the current recession.

 

·        The democratic deficit: The Bank, in its operations, has not demonstrated transparency and accountability.  The fact that the monetary policy regime demands that the Bank follows a publicly announced inflation target is not sufficient for it to qualify as transparent and accountable.  For example, the composition of the Monetary Policy Committee remains impervious to democratic processes.  The monetary policy statements of the Governor are grossly inadequate, because they do not reflect the views that were expressed by individuals in the Monetary Policy Committee.  Our view is that the Reserve Bank is held hostage by particular economic interests.

 

·        Inability to adapt to changing developmental imperatives:  The Reserve Bank is yet to announce how it sees its new role in the emerging “developmental state “and how this sits with “inflation targeting”.

 

·        High interest rates: The Central Bank has been very conservative in responding to the recession.  South Africa still has high interest rate compared to its trading partners and comparable economies.  This has led to the attraction of speculative capital inflows, which strengthen the Rand, encourage imports, discourage exports, and thereby worsen the current account deficit.

 

The persistently strong exchange rate and high interest rate leads to a collapse in domestic demand and harms domestic productive capacity.  Our view is that the persistent deficit will make it difficult for the planned infrastructure spending to lift the economy as fast as possible out of the recession. 

 

·        Incompetence of the Bank to resolve macroeconomic imbalances:  The manner in which the Reserve Bank pursues price stability makes it incompetent to resolve existing macroeconomic imbalances.  The current account deficit is not going to be resolved in the context of this policy.  Domestic demand is not going to be encouraged, because of the slow pace of interest rate reduction.

 

·        Incapacity to respond to the impact of the global crisis of capitalism on the South African economy and society:  To date, the Reserve Bank has failed to produce a technically sound piece of paper detailing how the global capitalist crisis has affected the South African economy, and how it expects to play its role in moving the country out of the recession.  Yet, the Reserve Bank is charged with the responsibility of maintaining balanced growth and development, financial stability and minimizing the impact of the business cycle on the South African population.

 

For further details contact

Alex Mashilo, Numsa Spokesperson

082 9200 308


The Reserve Banks of South Africa must drastically reduce interest rates, prioritise economic and employment growth
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NUMSA wins a case against General Motors on unfair retrenchments
June 17, 2009 - 11:31 AM by Alex Mashilo | Category: Press Statements
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General Motors South Africa (GMSA) has today, June in the Labour Court,
Johannesburg been exposed for what it is, a worse employer in the metals
industry and perhaps even beyond.

Since 2007 GMSA destroyed 1313 jobs through retrenchments and separation
packages that have turned out not to be so much helpful to workers after
losing their jobs. This number includes the 280 workers that GMSA
illegally and unlawfully retrenched in April 2009. Also illegal and
unlawful, GMSA went ahead to issue 130 workers with letters stating that
they have been retrenched and will therefore be released. In all this
GMSA has not found a single reason to consult with the National Union of
Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) on behalf of the affected workers.
South Africa's labour law requires that employers must upon
contemplating retrenchments engage in a joint consensus-seeking
consultation with trade unions on behalf of the affected workers.    

NUMSA has been appealing to GMSA to abandon its George W Bush's style of
unilateralism in our labour relations. But GMSA didn't want to listen.
Instead it chose to behave remorselessly ruthless and executed social
death sentences against workers in the present capitalist system crisis
by terminating their employment without regard to the rule of law.  

The Labour Court in Johannesburg has today found that the retrenchments
initiated by GMSA during April this year were procedurally unfair.
Following this the Labour Court shall determine the amount of
compensation to which the retrenched workers are entitled. GMSA has
further been ordered to consult with NUMSA in order to reach consensus
should it contemplate any other retrenchments. This order means that the
letters of retrenchments that GMSA issued in April to 130 workers who
are still in its employ are null and void.  

NUMSA welcomes the Labour Court judgement and shall zealously continue
defending and advancing the interests of all its members.

The union will further study the judgement to determine whether to
challenge the substantive fairness of GMSA's April 2009 notorious
retrenchments. We shall also leave no stone unturned in ensuring that
the retrenched workers receive a fair compensation in terms of the wages
that they would have earned had they not been illegally and unlawfully
retrenched as well as in terms of other losses that they have incurred
as a result of GMSA's barbaric retrenchments.

We hope that today's Labour Court ruling and NUMSA's determination in
defending workers against unscrupulous employers such as GMSA provide a
future lesson to other employers across sectors that South Africa is not
a banana republic.

Otherwise we shall also unleash mass strikes if and when we find it
necessary in defence of workers. Individuals such as Mr. Trevor Manuel
who fabricated allegations on 11 June 2009 at the World Economic Forum
in Cape Town that labour is abusing its right to strike shall not deter
us from defending and advancing the plight and interests of the workers
and the poor.  

For further information contact

Alex Mashilo, 082 9200 308
Numsa Spokesperson

Issued by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa
Media Liaison & Information Publicity, Johannesburg  

Since 2007 GMSA destroyed 1313 jobs through retrenchments and separation
packages that have turned out not to be so much helpful to workers after
losing their jobs. This number includes the 280 workers that GMSA
illegally and unlawfully retrenched in April 2009. Also illegal and
unlawful, GMSA went ahead to issue 130 workers with letters stating that
they have been retrenched and will therefore be released. In all this
GMSA has not found a single reason to consult with the National Union of
Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) on behalf of the affected workers.
South Africa's labour law requires that employers must upon
contemplating retrenchments engage in a joint consensus-seeking
consultation with trade unions on behalf of the affected workers.    

NUMSA has been appealing to GMSA to abandon its George W Bush's style of
unilateralism in our labour relations. But GMSA didn't want to listen.
Instead it chose to behave remorselessly ruthless and executed social
death sentences against workers in the present capitalist system crisis
by terminating their employment without regard to the rule of law.  

The Labour Court in Johannesburg has today found that the retrenchments
initiated by GMSA during April this year were procedurally unfair.
Following this the Labour Court shall determine the amount of
compensation to which the retrenched workers are entitled. GMSA has
further been ordered to consult with NUMSA in order to reach consensus
should it contemplate any other retrenchments. This order means that the
letters of retrenchments that GMSA issued in April to 130 workers who
are still in its employ are null and void.  

NUMSA welcomes the Labour Court judgement and shall zealously continue
defending and advancing the interests of all its members.

The union will further study the judgement to determine whether to
challenge the substantive fairness of GMSA's April 2009 notorious
retrenchments. We shall also leave no stone unturned in ensuring that
the retrenched workers receive a fair compensation in terms of the wages
that they would have earned had they not been illegally and unlawfully
retrenched as well as in terms of other losses that they have incurred
as a result of GMSA's barbaric retrenchments.

We hope that today's Labour Court ruling and NUMSA's determination in
defending workers against unscrupulous employers such as GMSA provide a
future lesson to other employers across sectors that South Africa is not
a banana republic.

Otherwise we shall also unleash mass strikes if and when we find it
necessary in defence of workers. Individuals such as Mr. Trevor Manuel
who fabricated allegations on 11 June 2009 at the World Economic Forum
in Cape Town that labour is abusing its right to strike shall not deter
us from defending and advancing the plight and interests of the workers
and the poor.  

For further information contact

Alex Mashilo, 082 9200 308
Numsa Spokesperson

Issued by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa
Media Liaison & Information Publicity, Johannesburg  

General Motors South Africa (GMSA) has today, 17 June 2009 in the Labour Court, Johannesburg been exposed for what it is, a worse employer in the metals industry and perhaps even beyond.
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Trevor Manuel’s utterances on 11 July 2009 at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town are disgusting
June 12, 2009 - 12:09 PM by Alex Mashilo | Category: Press Statements
Views: 698
Source: NUMSA

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) is disgusted by the comments made yesterday, 11 June 2009 by Mr Trevor Manuel at the World Economic Forum against labour.

 

Mr Manuel just went off-track and wildly alleged that trade unions are abusing their right to strike on socio-economic issues. We wish to state on record that no such a strike has taken place recently, or at least ever since Mr Manuel was removed from the Department of Finance as Minister and appointed to head the Planning Commission in the Presidency. Mr Manuel’s fiction of imagination warrants a further clarity.

 

Trade unions don’t just lead strikes because they have a right to do so. The same right to strike and other rights including our present democratic dispensation were fought for and partially achieved through strikes. Trade unions are compelled by obtaining unfavourable capitalist conditions to embark on strikes as the last resort in confronting labour’s challenges. 

    

If Mr Manuel’s utterances reflect the role of the national democratic state in relation to class struggle between labour and capital then the future of the working class and the poor is doomed. NUMSA shall not allow our national democratic state to be used in favour of capital at the expense of the workers and the poor. We reiterate our commitment to the struggle for socialism and a radical National Democratic Revolution (NDR) that places the working class at the centre of its strategy and tactics.

 

We regret to condemn in no uncertain terms Mr Manuel’s utterances.

 

NUMSA shall forge ahead, traverse the trenches and defy the odds in defence of the workers and the poor. We shall continue building and deploying our unity to confront the challenges that labour is faced with.

 

For further information contact

Alex Mashilo: 082 9200 308

Numsa Spokesperson

NUMSA shall forge ahead, traverse the trenches and defy the odds in defence of the workers and the poor. We shall continue building and deploying our unity to confront the challenges that labour is faced with.
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