There is no evidence that retrenchments happen if workers demand higher wages.— Joseph Mathunjwa, Amcu
If we demand R20 000 people will cry that Amcu is not sensitive to the economy!— Joseph Mathunjwa, Amcu
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) has again tabled a demand for a R12 500 basic salary in forthcoming talks in the platinum sector.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Amcu President Joseph Mathunjwa.
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Companies aren’t prepared to get their employees above the poverty line.— Joseph Mathunjwa, Amcu
I refer to the Farlam Commission as the Commission of Omission.— Joseph Mathunjwa, Amcu
Government hasn’t gone to the families to apologise for murdering their loved ones.— Joseph Mathunjwa, Amcu
Phiyega was just a sacrificial lamb for the whole process.— Joseph Mathunjwa, Amcu
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