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NUM Women's Structure Press Statement on Women’s Day
August the 9th commemorates the 1956 march organised by Federation of South African Women (FSAW) led by four remarkable women; the likes of Lillian Ngoyi, Helen Josephs, Sophia Du Bryn and Rahima Moosa. The 20 000 women who embarked on a successful march to abolish Pass Laws; they had given the then Prime Minister petitions against carrying of passes by women
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Statement of the National Executive Committee following the NEC meeting held on the 3rd to the 4th August 2017
The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) met in a scheduled meeting from the 3rd to the 04th August 2017. The meeting received the Political overview from the President, the Secretariat report, reports from subcommittees and reports from regions.
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The NUM is worried about allegations of tender irregularities at Eskom KwaZulu-Natal
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is shocked to read in City Press newspaper yesterday about the allegations of irregularities on issuing of tenders of cleaning services at Eskom KwaZulu-Natal.
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NUM to embark on a protest march to AngloGold Ashanti head office in Johannesburg tomorrow
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will embark on a protest march against AngloGold Ashanti Head Office in Johannesburg on Saturday (05 August 2017). The march is against the company’s decision to issue Section 189 process to retrench 8 500 workers at its operations in Matlosana and Carletonville region.
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NUM  is deeply worried about the possible retrenchments of around 10 000 workers at Sibanye Gold operations in South Africa
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is shocked and disgusted after it received Section 189 notice today from Sibanye Gold to retrench 7 400 permanent employees at Beatrix West and Cooke Operations. The number excludes close to 3 000 contractors who are also facing these retrenchments.
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 Professor Mary Metcalfe to address the JB Marks Memorial Lecture tonight.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and the JB Marks Education Trust Fund will host the JB Marks Marks Memorial Lecture tonight at the University of Johannesburg School of Tourism and Hospitality.
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NUM Matlosana Region to embark on a protest march against AngloGold Ashanti decision to retrench 8 500 mineworkers
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) Matlosana Region will embark on a protest march against AngloGold Ashanti after the company issued Section 189 process of the Labour Relations Act to retrench 8 500 workers at its two operations in Matlosana and Carletonville.
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The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will hold a press conference on Monday (31 July 2017) next week at its headquarters in Johannesburg. The press conference will be about retrenchments in the mining industry. The press conference will be addressed by the NUM leadership.  
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The NUM to hold a press conference tomorrow

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The NUM to hold a press conference tomorrow
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will hold a press conference tomorrow at its headquarters in Johannesburg. The press conference will be about retrenchments in the mining industry. The press conference will be addressed by the NUM leadership.   
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NUM is deeply saddened by the death of four mineworkers at Tau Lekoa Mine.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is highly furious by reports alleging that Tau Lekoa gold mine in Orkney, North West, ignored instructions from rock engineers who inspected the mine few days before the seismic incident that resulted in the death of four mine workers last Saturday.
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