The United National Transport Union (UNTU) welcomes the assurance by Government that Transnet’s restructuring is aimed at restoring the legacy of state capture, fixing the infrastructure, modernising equipment, and creating jobs, but without privatising the state-owned enterprise (SOE).
Transnet informed Organised Labour represented in the Transnet Bargaining Council (TBC) at a Special SLF Meeting held virtually on 5 August 2021, that it intends offering voluntary severance packages (VSP’s) to its employees to reduce its overall wage bill.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) supports Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s promise to prioritise the process to amend legislation to allow indebted workers to withdraw a portion of their pension savings to service dept and relief the financial burden.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) appeals to President Cyril Ramaphosa to instruct all law enforcement authorities to take decisive action to protect Transnet, one of the few financially viable state-owned enterprises in South Africa, from sabotage, vandalism, and […]
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) have been inundated with enquiries regarding the recent Transnet Directive on Alert Level 4 that stipulates that Transnet employees over 60 should stay at home.
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) informed Transnet today that it will be signing the revised final wage offer for 2021 and conclude the collective agreement after an overwhelming response from the majority of the Union’s Branches to accept the […]
An outstanding response was received from the branches of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) in Transnet, to the Transnet wage mandate requested on the facilitator’s proposal of a 4% wage increase linked to mandatory membership of a medical aid, […]
Transnet Engineering is going full steam ahead with plans to close some of its depots nationwide which will lead to disruption and hardship of its workers despite the promise of no retrenchments for the current financial year.