15.6.2019 12:13 pm
In a statement, Numsa and SACCA also accuse Tito Mboweni of showing reckless disregard for SAA.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) have released a joint statement accusing South African Airways (SAA) board members of having ties to the Rothschild family.
Ward 46 Soweto residents are demanding jobs and are allegedly threatening the lives of Pikitup’s employees and assets.
After intensive consultation, their members accepted the proposed settlement and the agreement was subsequently signed on Tuesday.
Issues include alleged corruption of SAAT management, problems in the maintenance department, and allegations of nepotism and tribalism.
There were more than 1,000 accidents on the rail network last year.
Vuyani Jarana announced his resignation citing the airline’s mounting debt and lack of support from the government as a shareholder.
Workers went on strike last Thursday after the two parties failed to decide on the introduction of a performance management tool.
The bills also infringed on property rights, access to courts and gender equality, Sonke said.
Medscheme had agreed to implement the performance management tool as of April 1 2018.
They allege that they have been underpaid.
The union has accused the company of refusing to implement an agreement reached on the introduction of a performance management tool.
Not all streets are created equal, nor lit nearly as well, in Cape Town.
In a statement, the union says the company had refused to implement an agreement reached.
About 160 mariners and engineers were expected to strike on Thursday.
The civil action group also said it welcomed a commitment by eThekwini mayor, Zandile Gumede, that an independent investigation be initiated into the strike action.