JOHANNESBURG - The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) says the Labor Court has excused an application by ArcelorMittal to forbid a public strike by any means of its South African plants.
Workers partnered to the association have been protesting for near three weeks, requesting a 10% compensation increment in all cases.
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Numsa said the steel maker organization's intension was to subvert the option to strike, saying specialist view this as an endeavor to separate them.
In a proclamation, the association said the Labor Court's choice affirmed that all representatives, regardless, reserved the privilege to strike.
Numsa says it will increase the strike at all plants broadly.We ought to see what will happen in the next coming days, as this is a serious issue.
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