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NUMSA
Official account of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), the biggest trade union in South Africa. Contact 0116891700 for more information
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NUMSA Sep 13
Contact head office on 0116891700. Ask for membership department.
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Neo Mofokeng Sep 13
And once again Numsa came to the rescue.
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Walter Lukhuleni Sep 13
Amandla!!!!! Reclaiming the right of workers to call their soul, theirs
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Mjoji Sep 13
Replying to @Numsa_Media
Amandla Nobhala
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Sizwe Sep 13
Replying to @Numsa_Media
Numsa side with it members when employers voilet worker ryt
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Zikode bambeni Sep 13
I'm really proud of this union
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Woman👠, Fighter ♦️ Sep 13
We've always known this.. angithi it's sung from a struggle background why do white people not understand that ours is not an offensive but defensive stance against hundreds of years of oppression? Our expressions towards them arise from their treatment of us.
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Wele Segalo Sep 13
Someone please not tag Afriforum and their "reverse racism" argument nonsense
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Jalamba Sep 13
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Bongani Sibiya Sep 13
NUMSA is out here setting precedents 👏👏... In a space of approximately 2 months, 2 major judgements have been delivered in their favour...
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Onako Lumumba Sep 13
can learn a thing or two in protection of our revolutionary songs..Vivaaaaaaa
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Tau Sep 13
“Umama uyajabula mangishayi ibhunu Umama uyajabula”... ✊🏿💪🏿 what a ruling 👆🏾
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NUMSA Sep 13
NUMSA wins again!! The Constitutional court has found that workers who sang the Struggle song “Umama uyajabula mangishayi ibhunu” are NOT guilty of hate speech. They must be reinstated after they were unfairly fired by Duncanmec. AMANDLA!
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SteveBikoFoundation Sep 11
On this day 41 years ago, naked, shackled and suffering from severe head injuries, the 'Father of the Black Consciousness Movement', , died on the concrete floor of a prison cell at Pretoria Central. We remember Biko's sacrifice and honour his indelible legacy.
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Jenifer MacGillvary Sep 12
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Jenifer MacGillvary Sep 12
Hans-Christian Gabrielsen addresses 's question on how Norway is able to maintain the social compact.
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Jesse Strecker Sep 12
, from the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa: “We want a transition to renewable energy, and we want that energy to be socially owned, so that we, the people, can manage that transition.”
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Prince MOG🇿🇦 Sep 12
Replying to @KunjaloD @Numsa_Media
There is some company called york timbers is one of biggest companies in the forest industry headquarters are located in Sabie. Its on strike currently, black people being under paid, majority of the vote for the ceo doesn't want numsa to the union presenting works
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