Joseph Mathunjwa call for nationalisation of mines at Joburg Mining Indaba

Amcu (Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union) leader Joseph Mathunjwa and non executive chair of Shanduka Group James Motlatsi say a change in leadership of the country will not make any difference.

Mathunjwa and Motlatsi were speaking at the Joburg Indaba, mining conference.

According to EWN reporter Ziyanda Ngcobo Mathunjwa and Motlatsi say it is neoliberal policies that need to change.

They basically said that despite who is in power, the main problem is the neoliberal policies that are currently in place. There will be no change irrespective of who is in the leadership until these policies are adjusted.

Ziyanda Ngcobo, EWN reporter

Mathunjwa said this capitalist system that we have is not working, and that government should consider the nationalisation of the mines.

Ziyanda Ngcobo, EWN reporter

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