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Numsa accuses SA Steel Mills of inhumane treatment of workers

VAAL TRIANGLE - Metalworkers union Numsa has accused SA Steel Mills of inhumane treatment of workers, who are on a protected strike. This comes as over 200 workers have been suspended at the company’s Sedibeng-based steel plant the Vaal Triangle. Numsa’s spokesperson, Phakamile Hlubi-Majola, says SA Steel Mills is trying to force workers to sign an agreement that will reduce the minimum rate to R32, which they won’t accept. She called the management backward and ignorant, and allege that they run the company like it is a spaza shop. Majola says Numsa has instructed its attorneys to intervene, saying they will defend their members.

There has been no response available from SA Steel Mills at this stage. The News Team will report as soon as it becomes available.

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