Mpumalanga News Flash 3 of 2017: Honda Special & IWD 2017

HONDA MOTOR SOUTHERN AFRICA SPECIALS FOR NAPTOSA MEMBERS

Honda SA has motor specials available to NAPTOSA members until 31 MARCH 2017.

Honda SA has assured NAPTOSA Head Office that the specials have been circulated to various Honda dealerships.  Members who are interested in the offer (discounts vary from 4% up to 14% depending on the model) are advised to contact the Fleet Manager at Honda, Ms Pauline Marais via e-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), or through her direct line on (011 – 058 1120), prior to approaching any Honda dealership.
Should the dealership claim not to have knowledge of this offer for NAPTOSA members, the dealership manager should be requested to call Ms. Marais.

The attached specials can be downloaded from the NAPTOSA website (www.naptosa.org.za) under Commercial Benefits.  For online viewing of NAPTOSA Commercial Benefits click on the link provided: http://www.naptosa.org.za/index.php/membership/commercial-benefits . The latest normal Honda pricing list is also available on the NAPTOSA website.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: 8 MARCH 2017
A woman’s place is in her union – for economic justice and empowerment

“#BeBoldForChange ” is the United Nations’ official theme for International Women’s Day (IWD) 2017.

In the more than twenty years since the adoption of the most far-reaching, internationally agreed, instrument on women’s rights (the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action), education unions, women leaders and Education International (EI) member organisations, including NAPTOSA, have ensured that gender equality issues remain a priority.

The statement “A woman’s place is in her union – for economic justice and empowerment” calls on women to
Be Bold For Change in 2017.  This can be achieved, throughout the course of this year, by-

•    raising women’s visibility as spokespersons in the media on all education matters;
•    driving recognition and credit for women’s contributions to education and unionism;
•    applauding social, economic, cultural and political women role-models;
•    celebrating women’s journeys and the barriers they have  overcome; and
•    showcasing women’s successes.

The development of women leadership is high on NAPTOSA’s agenda, given that 70% of NAPTOSA members are women.  This majority unfortunately does not always translate into women in leadership positions.  The theme for IWD 2017 should therefore be used as a driving force for NAPTOSA women to strive for greater participation in union matters and leadership positions.

NAPTOSA calls on its women to be bold for change in 2017 and onwards.


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