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NUM welcomes Labour Court judgment against Lonmin and Amcu

NUM says the judgement confirms a coalition between three unions obtaining an urgent interdict against AMCU regarding an agreement signed with Lonmin.
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NUM wins wage war at Orkney mine

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has reached a wage agreement with China African Precious Metals, marking an end to the five day underground sit-in by its members.

NUM intervenes at Chinese-owned mine

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is outraged by China African Precious Metals (CAPM) refusal to listen to the mineworkers demands.

National Union of Mineworkers backs ANC

The National Union of Mineworkers Youth Structure called for all eligible voters and young people to vote for the African National Congress.

Magara and Mathunjwa’s takeover gift to Sibanye-Stillwater

Ben Magara and Joseph Mathunjwa reached an agreement on the eve of Workers’ Day that marked the imminent takeover of Lonmin Platinum by Sibanye Stillwater.

South Africa: Mining industry secures the future

Gwede Mantashe has reminded the mining industry in South Africa that it is a collective responsibility to build the South African industry.
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NUM demands arrests of perpetrators of violence

NUM demands immediate arrests of perpetrators of violence at Sibanye-Stillwater Operations by the newly launched crime combating unit.

Another fatality at Modikwa platinum mine

NUM is shocked and highly disappointed that another mineworker has lost his life at Modikwa Platinum Mine in South Africa.

Is it feasible to be more inclusive in retrenchment talks?

AMCU says inclusivity of the Section 189(1) provisions of the Labour Relations Act need to see everyone consulted individually during retrenchment.

NUM enraged by Somkhele’s decision

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is extremely angry with Somkhele Mine's decision to retrench.

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