Employers are provoking Amcu to strike - Mathunjwa  EWN

Wage negotiations are now in the second month and there are fears that failure to conclude them amicably will lead to a debilitating strike affecting an already ...

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Wage negotiations are now in the second month and there are fears that failure to conclude them amicably will lead to a debilitating strike affecting an already struggling economy.Wage negotiations are now in the second month and there are fears that failure to conclude them amicably will lead to a debilitating strike affecting an already struggling economy.

Employers are provoking Amcu to strike - Mathunjwa

Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa says the offer is ‘shockingly low’, but that ‘steady, slow progress’ is being madeAmcu president Joseph Mathunjwa says the offer is ‘shockingly low’, but that ‘steady, slow progress’ is being made

Sibanye-Stillwater wage offer an attempt to provoke a strike, says Amcu

South Africa's Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is disappointed by a wage offer for workers at Lonmin, which was acquired by Sibanye-Stillwater this year.South Africa's Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is disappointed by a wage offer for workers at Lonmin, which was acquired by Sibanye-Stillwater this year.

Lonmin's wage offer a slap in the face of workers: AMCU

President of AMCU, Joseph Mathunjwa, said his union moved from its R12,500 wage demand in the platinum sector and was now demanding R17,000.President of AMCU, Joseph Mathunjwa, said his union moved from its R12,500 wage demand in the platinum sector and was now demanding R17,000.

Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa has described the offer as a "slap in the face".Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa has described the offer as a "slap in the face".

Amcu disappointed by Lonmin wage offer | eNCA

South Africa’s Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is making “slow, steady” progress on wage talks, but the offer from the former Lonmin operations was provoking a strike, its president said.South Africa’s Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is making “slow, steady” progress on wage talks, but the offer from the former Lonmin operations was provoking a strike, its president said.

AMCU says Sibanye is provoking a strike | Fin24