Irvin Jim accuses suspended Numsa leaders of ‘lawfare’

Irvin Jim, the general secretary of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa), has called a court bid by the suspended members of his union “political lawfare”.

Jim was responding to an affidavit by Numsa’s suspended second deputy president, Ruth Ntlokotse, which is part of a bid at the labour court to declare the suspensions of 30 leaders invalid and allow the members to participate in the union’s congress next week.

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