Tebogo Moepeng was born back in the year 1979 in the former Bophuthatswana in the region called Taung at a dusty and rocky village called Kolong. He is married with 4 beautiful kids (3 Sons and a daughter)
He joined the mining industry in the year 2001 at a Platinum belt. He started working at the Platinum belt at Anglo American Platinum mine – Union Mine.
He joined the National Union Mineworkers the same year he was employed and later in 2003 was elected to be a floor shop stewards and grew with the ranks. In 2010 he was elected the Union mine Branch Secretary.
He have attended and graduated from different institutions of higher learning that includes. Human Resources Diploma Maccauvlei learning Academy Advanced Labour Law from the Pretoria University Junior Managers Programme from Wits Business School and Labour law- Procedures & Practices from the University of Cape Town. He is currently Studying B.com Industrial Psychology with the UNISA.
He served the workers with dedication and commitment and in 2016 I was elected as the Anglo American Platinum - NUM regional Coordinator. The following year I was also deployed as NUM - Anglo American representative at the IndustriAll Global Union. This is the position that I’m still serving at to date.
- What are the other drivers of the impacts on the world of work in the current transition underway
- In your experiences, what impacts are generated by the transition underway
- What are the policy provisions, public and private, to mitigate the impacts
- Is there alignment between company mining practices on these impacts and mitigation with trade union expectations
Wednesday 08 February 10:10 - 10:55 InfraTech Auditorium