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NUM won’t budge on Eskom wage demands

JOHANNESBURG – The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is not budging on salary demands at Eskom.

The power utility has tabled a new offer of 7,5 percent.

Unions are still demanding an 8 percent increase.

Another sticking point is bonuses, which the parastatal says it can’t afford.

Num’s chief negotiator, Paris Mashego, says the company’s financial results show it can find the money.







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