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December 13th, 2020

Numsa Agreement 2019

On Friday, Numsa`s general secretary, Irvin Jim, announced that the parties had signed a 3-year collective agreement of 9% for the first year and 7% for the two and third years (CPI), based on their highest value. .. In addition, the seven MEMBERS of THE AMEO have planned, for the five-year period starting in 2019, an investment of R3 39.4 billion in capital and equipment of 9.4 billion, Dlamini said. We will continue to do everything in our power to negotiate an agreement that will benefit our members. The Automobile Manufacturers and Employers Association (AMEO) has successfully concluded negotiations at the National Bargaining Forum 2019 with the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) with the signing of a three-year contract. Below are some details of the new collective agreement that we signed: In the final collective agreement, workers receive an increase of 9 per cent in the first year, then 7 per cent in years two and three per cent, or an increase equal to inflation, the most. Inflation was 4% in July. The Automobile Manufacturers and Employers` Association (AMEO) and the National Union of Metalworkers South Africa (Numsa) made statements on the collective labour agreement on Friday after a stalled progress. In its statement, Numsa indicated that the agreement included an increase in the transportation allowance from R1,540 to R2,500. For the second and third years of the agreement, the allowance will increase consumer inflation by 7%, depending on the highest amount. JOHANNESBURG – According to the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa, the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa has signed a three-year contract with the Auto Industry Collective Agreements Council, where some workers would receive annual wage increases of up to 8%.

“The agreement will help original equipment manufacturers based in South Africa achieve long-term planning, modeling and volume planning,” said AMEO. The agreement will enter into force retroactively from July 1, 2019. It expires on June 30, 2022. September 13, 2019 By: Irma Venter Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor “We welcome the collective agreement signed by NUMSA and AMEO, as it further improves working conditions in the South African automotive industry.

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