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South African trade unions address wage dispute

AMCU, NUM, Solidarity and UASA – are co-hosting a joint press conference to pronounce on way forward concerning the latest Sibanye-Stillwater’s refusal to meet workers wage demands

The four unions (AMCU, NUM, SOLIDARITY AND UASA) are united in their view that Sibanye-Stillwater should accede to workers’ demand of an increase of R1 500 per year for the next three years.

Alternatively, Sibanye-Stillwater should benchmark their offer on the recent wage agreement signed with Harmony Gold.

For more information, please contact:

  • Jimmy Gama, AMCU Treasurer-General, 066 392 1167
  • William Mabapa, NUM Acting General Secretary, 082 880 4439
  • Gideon Du Plessis, Solidarity General Secretary, 082 776 6417
  • Franz Sterhring, UASA The Divisional Manager, 082 806 5164