Brian Sokutu
Senior Print Journalist
2 minute read
2 Dec 2021
4:45 am

Another court turn in Amcu leader tussle

Brian Sokutu

This amid allegations having surfaced from highly placed sources about black contractors at Impala Platinum Mine operations in Rustenburg being “fleeced of monies” by the Amcu North West leadership.

Dali Mpofu, AMCU President, Joseph Mathunjwa and Bishop Paul Verryn during a memorial service for the people that died 9 years ago during the Marikana massacre at the Gracepoint Methodist Church, 16 August 2021.. Picture: Neil McCartney

With the Labour Court having recently declared the election of the Association of Mine Workers and Construction Union (Amcu) president Joseph Mathunjwa unlawful, ousted Amcu deputy president Nkosikho Joni on Wednesday vowed to tighten the screws on the embattled Amcu leadership by opposing the union’s appeal application. This amid allegations having surfaced from highly placed sources about black contractors at Impala Platinum Mineoperations in Rustenburg being “fleeced of monies” by the Amcu North West leadership. While Mathunjwa did not respond to questions sent to him by The Citizen, sources have told of black contractors at Impala being “asked to pay...