New Labour Director at RMI

Jeffrey Molefe has been appointed Labour Director of the Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI). He holds a Bachelor of Law Degree and a postgraduate qualification in Labour Law.

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He joined RMI in May 2013 and has served in various Regional and National structures of MIBCO. Jeffrey is a member of the RMI Executive Committee, Chairperson of the RMI Employment Equity Committee, Chairperson of the RMI Central Region OHS Committee, Member of the RMI Internal Training Committee, National Executive Training Committee, and he plays an active role in other internal and external committees.

During his tenure at RMI, he has held various positions, including IR Specialist, National Director for the Motorcycles Dealers’ Association (MDA) and General Manager. He takes over from Jacques Viljoen who has now been appointed National Director of SAMBRA (the South African Motor Body Repairers’ Association), an association within the RMI.

“I am delighted to have been appointed as the Labour Director for RMI, and I intend building on the progress made by my predecessor in the last 14 months. Being in this portfolio will give me the opportunity to continue upholding the interests of our valuable members, deliver on their mandate and work closely with our stakeholders,” says Jeffrey.

“I am also pleased that the Industry Settlement Agreement, which was adopted at the Motor Industry Bargaining Council’s (MIBCO) Annual General Meeting in November 2022, has now been promulgated and extended to non-parties. With this multi-year Agreement in place, my team and I are looking forward to a sustainable industry, which will enjoy labour stability and peace for the next three years,” he concludes.

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