Employees want Ingonyama to recognise union

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Some employees of the Ingonyama Trust Board picketed outside the offices yesterday to highlight management’s alleged refusal to acknowledge their union, Nehawu.
Some employees of the Ingonyama Trust Board picketed outside the offices yesterday to highlight management’s alleged refusal to acknowledge their union, Nehawu.
Nehawu

Ingonyama Trust Board employees have been picketing outside their offices for two days over a failure by management to recognise their affiliation to National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union, Nehawu.

They said they have been members of Nehawu since 2014. Regional secretary Mazwi Ngubane, said management have been saying they will look into the matter since 2014.

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