Premier Modise condemns attack of man wearing NUM T-shirt at Nkaneng

2602911890North West Premier Thandi Modise has condemned the attack of a man wearing a National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) T-Shirt at Nkaneng Informal Settlement and called on police not to leave any stone unturned until those responsible are behind bars.

According to police, that the man was attacked while heading to the Wonderkop stadium, where NUM was holding a membership recruitment rally on Sunday.

“The faceless instigators of violence within these communities have to be unmasked and brought to book soonest so that violence does not become a way of life in these communities,”Premier Modise emphasised in appealing to members of the public to come forward with information that might assist police in their investigations

Modise called on rival unions NUM, Amalgamated Mining and Construction Union (AMCU) to desist from acts of provocation, violence and intimidation and to respect the Marikana Peace Accord and the Framework for Peace and Stability in the Mining Industry they had signed on 25 February 2013.


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