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NUM, NUMSA Reportedly Reject 7% Wage Rise Offer

SOUTH AFRICA

A little further on the Eskom strikes and wage negotiations:

  • news24 reports that the NUM and NUMSA members have rejected the 7% offer tabled by Eskom:
  • "[We demand a] two digits salary increase. It has been over emphasised that so long as Eskom management is unwilling to engage on the other more than 15 demands, therefore no agreement is to be reached between Eskom management and both NUM and Numsa,"
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A little further on the Eskom strikes and wage negotiations:

  • news24 reports that the NUM and NUMSA members have rejected the 7% offer tabled by Eskom:
  • "[We demand a] two digits salary increase. It has been over emphasised that so long as Eskom management is unwilling to engage on the other more than 15 demands, therefore no agreement is to be reached between Eskom management and both NUM and Numsa,"