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SATRI
The Sam Tambani Research Institute is a Public Benefit Non-profit Company registered in 2012. The idea of establishing the institute was perceived jointly by the NUM and MIT. Learn More Welcome To
SATRI
The Sam Tambani Research Institute is a Public Benefit Non-profit Company registered in 2012. The idea of establishing the institute was perceived jointly by the NUM and MIT. Learn More
Why We Exist SATRI arose from the need to consolidate NUM efforts to ensure that workers get a fair share of what they produce which enables them in turn to improve their livelihoods. Learn More Sam Tambani was born on 26 August 1953, in Tshiozwi Ha-Sinthumule village in Venda, Northen Transvaal (now Limpopo Province). Sam was the first child of Kutama Fridah Tambani and Nkhumeleni Jack Tambani. About Sam Tambani Sam Tambani was born on 26 August 1953, in Tshiozwi Ha-Sinthumule village in Venda, Northen Transvaal (now Limpopo Province). Sam was the first child of Kutama Fridah Tambani and Nkhumeleni Jack Tambani. About Sam Tambani Read Full Bio
About Our Organisation
What We do

We undertake rigorous research and explore the primary issues affecting the welfare of workers in general, but especially workers in the mining, construction and energy sectors of South Africa. From the research conducted, SATRI produces publications and recommendations that inform policies and have a bearing on the welfare of workers and worker’s communities.

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