Mail and Guardian
21 Jan 2014 07:52
The Association of Construction and Mineworkers Union’s (Amcu’s) strike within the platinum and gold sectors this week is set to provide the union’s toughest test yet.
Following Monday’s press conference at the House of Movements, hastily called by five Amcu shop stewards from Impala and Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), apparently in response to Sunday’s volatile Rustenburg mass meeting, long-existing fissures within Amcu are now openly visible and public.
The shop stewards, namely George Tyobeka, Lovers Mkhwa and Gaddafi Mdoda from Amplats, as well as Julius Mralathi and Vuyo Maqanda, both from Impala, rose to prominence from…
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