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The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa’s (Numsa) representing 341 150 members will come out on a protected socio-economic strike on Wednesday 19 March 2014 to demand jobs for South Africa’s youth.
This is the first of a series of rolling socio-economic strikes that the union decided on at its Special National Congress in December 2013.
Since November 2013, Numsa has been involved in negotiations with government at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC) where the union objected to the Employment Tax Incentive Bill that government had tabled in parliament.
Find the link to this on our Global Pages > South Africa.
adopted by National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) 1987
We, the working people of South Africa, the main producers of our country’s wealth, declare:
That, as workers, we are daily robbed of a rightful share of the fruits of our labour.
That, as black workers, we are subjected to even more intense exploitation by a system of capitalism which uses national domination to keep wages low and profits high.
That, as part of the black oppressed whose forebears were conquered by force of arms, we continue to suffer all the social, political, economic and cultural deprivations of a colonised people. Continue reading