The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa), the majority union at the Road Accident Fund (RAF), has approached the labour court for a declaratory order that its planned strike action at the embattled fund is legal and protected.

The fund was granted an interim interdict against the industrial action in March after Numsa announced that it would embark on a “national shutdown” of all RAF offices to demand the removal of CEO Collins Letsoalo for alleged “gross incompetence” and presiding over the “disastrous” state of affairs at the state-owned entity...

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