NUM’s defining events -3

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There were six events in the National Union of Mineworkers’ (NUM) history that defined it and led to its growth. These included the aborted 1984 wage strike, racial confrontations, illegal strikes and mass dismissals at Vaal Reef and the overturning of the 1985 mass dismissals and transformation of Gencor, writes Dunbar Moodie.

 

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