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General: The Champion of SMME’s - Automotive Business review article

Gerhard Papenfus – CE of NEASA – was interviewed for an article in the April issue of Automotive Business review (ABR).   Click here to downloa...
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General: SMME's hardest hit by loadshedding

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General: Compensation fund puts employers in a catch 22

These days, employers has to pay upfront to ensure employees who had an injury on duty gets proper treatment. Some hospitals and doctors refuses to treat these employees as...
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General: Wage agreement cannot be extended to non-parties

Labour Court said a settlement between Seifsa and trade unions cannot be extended to companies not party to the agreement. Talk radio 702 interviews Gerhard Papenfus. ...
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General: Newsletter: NUMSA information misleading

NEASA LOCK-OUT   NUMSA INFORMATION MISLEADING   Dear NEASA member   It has come our attention that NUMSA is distributing correspondence to our me...
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General: NEASA podcast: violence surrounding the strike

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General: NEASA podcast: Gerhard Papenfus was interviewed on Ligwalagwala FM

NUMSA's refusal to accept the proposal put on the table by the employer shows that something is not right with the negotiations according to NEASA. NEASA Chief Executiv...
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General: CRY THE BELOVED WEALTH CREATOR

Dear NEASA MemberHerewith a thought-provoking and compelling article by Temba A Nolutshungu, a Director of the Free Market Foundation.CRY THE BELOVED WEALTH CREATORTemba A Nol...
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General: Weekly News Update - 10th February 2014

Introduction The platinum strike was in the spotlight last week, with Minister Trevor Manual warning that SA needs to find a way to secure industrial peace.  There are...
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General: Increase in wages of farmworkers

Dear Neasa member  The Department of Labour has announced new minimum wages for vulnerable workers in the farm sector which will come into effect from 1 March 2014...
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