IMATU Tswane & Limpopo Newsletter

There is an old saying, “Don’t cry because it is over; smile because it happened.” Yes, it is time to bid farewell to the old year and welcome the New Year. 2020 has reshaped traditional greetings in that we will forget about fortune in the New Year and rely on keeping your good health. Instead of well-worn appeals of prosperity, we are telling each other to be free from sickness and be safe.

Although 2020 was challenging considering the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic, IMATU succeeded to have achieved its goals in protecting the rights and interest of our members. The New Year will no doubt have its own challenges and opportunities. Notwithstanding these challenges we will continue to act in the best interest of our members. We will strive to further improve our member’s welfare, job security and to maintain social harmony and stability.

Not all our members will be able to take leave, and we pay tribute to those who during the festive season will provide emergency services.

The exchange of festive greetings is an integral part of staying connected to our loved ones. Through these greetings we convey our festive message of goodwill to them.

As IMATU we wish you and your family the gifts of love, peace, happiness and good health. Have a blessed Festive Season and a prosperous 2021.