The United National Transport Union (UNTU) is struggling to obtain a mandate from our members, the majority of employees working for Transnet, on the final multi-term wage offer presented by the state-owned enterprise in December last year.
Transnet admitted that the legal opinion, it obtained about the proposed shift alignment, indicated that the state-owned enterprise can only achieve this goal through collective bargaining with the recognised Unions within the Transnet Bargaining Council (TBC).
Transnet was not ready to respond to Organised Labour’s joint wage demand yesterday, when wage negotiations at the Transnet Bargaining Council (TBC) was supposed to resume, but indicated that they will put their offer on the table on Friday, 1 […]
The Joint Task Team, consisting of members of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) and Transnet, had to adjourn its meeting today to 29 November 2017 after Transnet management was not mandated to finalise the issue.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) must sadly inform our Transnet members, more than 50% of employees working for Transnet, that the wannabe recognised Union, NUMSA, once again resorted to misleading them.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) and SATAWU, the only two Unions who enjoys recognition in the Transnet Bargaining Council, submitted their consolidated wage demand to Transnet this afternoon for a 12% salary increase for the next three years.