JOHANNESBURG – The South African (Most) Association of Societies opens the cuts to Sibanye-Stillwater's "tooth and towel" mining company, said Sunday's trade union.
"There is a significant number of senior members who are employed by a mining company. Sibanye-Stillwater's Gold Jobs has received section 189 posts," said senior spokesman Stanford Mazhindu in a statement.
"It's an important part of the section 189 process at Sibanye-Stillwater and it has to find a way to find a sugar coat in a bitter part of our staff problem. We oppose the work a dental and sacred curtain. "
South Africa would have been among the worst in the world in terms of unemployment and backloged staff just contributing to situations of difficulty was already
Despite the better employment numbers that have been announced today by Statistics SA, the economy has no potential for the inclusion of workmen or to occupying already protected.
"As the numbers of poor economic figures prevent employment creation, the head of the staff is on a blocker and a butcher. It will be enough to ask the philosophy of Sibanye-Stillwater for the prospects and present exhibitions to the company in this regard.
"We intend to influence its company's criteria based on what staff will prove to be unnecessary and that they are creatively investigated ways and which means they have reduced jobs that have been abolished, such as the situation of staff that influences other parts of a company, "said Mazhindu.