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NUM has received a certificate to go on strike in the Coal Sector
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) can confirm that it has received a certificate to go on strike in the coal sector this afternoon. Negotiations between the NUM and the Chamber of Mines have officially collapsed with the issuing of a certificate of non-resolution to the dispute by the CCMA. The NUM leadership is going to report back to members. The NUM will issue a notice to go on strike in due course.
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NUM and Cosatu to march at Sibanye Gold Stillwater in Westonaria
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and Cosatu West Cluster will tomorrow (06 November 2017) march to Sibanye Gold Stillwater in Westonaria to present a memorandum of demands. This comes after Sibanye Gold has sent forced retrenchments termination letters to more than 2 000 workers at Cooke 1 to 3 last week. The company has already instructed workers not to go underground as it is preparing to put the operations on care and maintenance. The SACP, SANCO, and ANC in Westonaria will also join...
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Six workers trapped at Mponeng Mine

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Six workers trapped at Mponeng Mine
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is disturbed and saddened to be informed that six workers are trapped underground at Mponeng Mine as a result of fall of the ground.
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NUM distances itself from the killings in the Rustenburg area
It is quite mischievous for the Association of Mineworkers and the Construction Union to start associating the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) with the current killings taking place in the platinum belt. The NUM views the recent Amcu’s public statement on the killings, mentioning NUM as a direct provocation.
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 NUM to hold a mass meeting at Cooke 3 hostel tomorrow morning
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will hold a mass meeting at Sibanye Gold Cooke Operations tomorrow (01 November 2017) 9 am in Westonaria.
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NUM signed a two-year agreement with Modikwa Platinum Mine in Limpopo
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) had yesterday, 30 October 2017, signed a substantive two-year wage agreement with Modikwa Platinum Mine, a subsidiary of African Rainbow Minerals, based in Limpopo.
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Chamber of Mines negotiating in bad faith

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Chamber of Mines negotiating in bad faith
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is highly furious with the arrogance demonstrated by the Chamber of Mines with regard to this year's coal negotiations.
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Mine deaths skyrocket

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Mine deaths skyrocket
The National Union of Mineworkers has noted with anger the ever-increasing fatalities in the mines after the death of mineworker who passed away yesterday at Kopanang Mine in the North West Province on what is reported to be a fall of ground. As we speak, there is a second mineworker still trapped there.
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NUM Youth Structure wishes matric students well in their final examinations.
The National Union of Mineworkers Youth Structure (NUM-YS) would like to take this opportunity in wishing the class of 2017 good luck with their final year examinations.
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NUM to host Health and Safety outreach awareness campaign in Limpopo tomorrow
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) North East region will host the NUM Health and Safety outreach awareness campaign at the Ga-Malekane Sports Ground in Steelpoort Limpopo Province tomorrow. The theme of the campaign is "The stronger the union, the safer the workplace.
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