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NUM News December 1988

Publisher National Union of Mineworkers

Date 1988-12-00
Resource type Journal issues

Extent 18 page(s)
Articles Workers charge Anglo - survey discovers repression on mines
How Anglo rules mines
Law removes our rights
Workers resist the union bashing Act all the way
Plans for workers summit on law
Mineworker briefs
Union negotiates Provident Fund
All must sign new membership forms
Wage rises beat inflation - but still not a living wage
Management attitudes to living wage are wrong and unfair, says COSATU
Workers unite for a living wage
Most people have no electricity: so why is Eskom retrenching?
Moses Mayekiso out on bail NUM branch leader stopped at border
Workers of the world
Workers of Namibia demand control
We live with hardships - Kinross two years on
Organise or die - stop mines stealing our lives
Gencor Ermelo coal mine found guilty of 35 deaths
Elect union safety stewards to guard your work rights
Accident monitor
Workers under siege on the mines
"Spies" of the Chamber
Our defence NUM
People in the union
Families of mineworkers resist forced removal
Forty years of the Nats? Thats no cause to celebrate
Court sentences on Delmas three are another blow to legal protest
NUM petition launched to save Comrade Mgedezi on death row
Townships do not vote in gunpoint elections
Conference banned, but participating organisations move toward unity
Workers wait for Mandela's release
Welcome home to Harry Gwala
In Madhiba's own words
i Mandela's freedom will be a victory of our struggle
i PAWCO co-operates to survive
i "A big pot of porridge for everyone to share"
Mineworker play about a teamboss and a sad young migrant
Acting out the struggle
A history of the beer brewing war
SARU and NUM have plans to start up rugby on mines next year
Cosatu scores its first soccer team
Congress formed to promote non-racial sport
1988 - the year in pictures
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