The United National Transport Union’s (UNTU) worst fear, for its thousands of members in Transnet, became a reality when Africa’s rail leader offered voluntary severance packages to all its employees due to the dire global economy. Eddie de Klerk, Deputy General Secretary of UNTU, says the Union warned its members in November last year that job losses at Transnet could be on the cards if there were no turnaround in the economy. “Unfortunately, this did not happen. On Monday Transnet informed t
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