The Leadership of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) today held a virtual meeting with representatives of Transnet Group to discuss areas of concern with more Transnet employees reporting for work under the COVID-19 Level 4 Lockdown Regulations.
Return to work was at Level 4 Lockdown, and now has been placed on hold after Minister Mbalula’s announcement today at 14h00 That no Metro Trains will operate until Level 3 Lockdown is announced.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) demands an
urgent virtual meeting with Dr Popo Molefe, Chairman of the
Transnet Board, after Transnet Group Executive, Portia Derby,
appointed yet another four outsiders to the Executive
Committee of Transnet.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) took note of the misleading notice for a so-called “Pension Fund Loan Proposal” that has been circulated to members of the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATAWU) to indicate if they support […]
The Leadership of United National Transport Union (UNTU) dedicates this year’s celebrations of WORKERS DAY to all those employees who sacrificed their safety and that of their loved ones in what is our greatest challenge as a democratic country to […]
The Extension of the Transnet Engineering Variation Agreement was extended
to 30 April 2020. It has subsequently been agreed by Labour and Management that a further
Extension on the Variation Agreement be given until 31 May 2020.
RETURN TO WORK
▪ A presentation was made to Labour that 30% of the Operational Staff will return to work on Monday,04 May 2020.
▪ There will be limited transport services in Cape Town, Eastern Cape and Gauteng.
▪ Kwa-Zulu […]
Members of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) are invited to watch Sonja Carstens, Deputy-General Secretary of the Union, talking about the charges of fraud, theft and contraventions of the Transnet Pension Fund Act the Union laid against the Passenger […]