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Numsa: Death threats and politically motivated resignations

Numsa says its general secretary, Irvin Jim, has received fresh death threats, while its president Cedric Gina's resignation was polically motivated.

Gina’s resignation politically motivated, says Numsa’s Jim

There is a political agenda behind Numsa president Cedric Gina's resignation, says the union's general secretary Irvin Jim.

Numsa’s Ngubane: They’re using Gina to make us look bad

Numsa's KZN secretary Mbuso Ngubane says Cedric Gina's resignation is being exploited to paint a picture of an organisation in crisis.

Numsa president Cedric Gina resigns

Numsa president Cedric Gina has resigned from the Cosatu affiliate, reportedly due to disagreements between him and general secretary Irvin Jim.

Motsoeneng gets up SABC board’s noses

It has taken malicious rumours and a 'really ugly' row for the public broadcaster's acting head to get the chop.

‘Phansi e-toll phansi’

Cosatu gathered hundreds of people to march through the streets of the Jo'burg city centre against e-tolling.

Intimidation of Irvin Jim might be because of Numsa’s views

Numsa's call for the nationalisation of mines is a call that makes all types of people angry, says the union's president Cedric Gina.

Numsa: Wage subsidy will only line the pockets of rich employers

Numsa president Cedric Gina has stated that the planned youth wage subsidy will only stand to line the pockets of "unpatriotic" employers.

Numsa conference to prevent capitalist sector rule

Numsa has said that its energy conference was aimed at preventing the renewable energy sector from being dominated by a capitalist system.

Irvin Jim asks for VIP police protection

Numsa is convinced Irvin Jim's leadership ambition is placing his life in danger.

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