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SACTWU and NULAW demand for supsension of Footwear Factory Gun-Wielding Chargehand

12 July 2018

The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers` Union (SACTWU) and the National Union of Leather and Allied Workers (N.U.L.A.W) are demanding the immediate suspension of Mr Allie Kramer, a Chargehand (position just below a Supervisor) at Bagshaw Footwear factory in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape Province.

 

COSATU calls on all its members to support Popcru`s national march tomorrow in Pretoria

12 July 2018

The Congress of South African Trade Unions is calling on all its members to join a planned national march tomorrow by our affiliated trade union the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU).

 

SADTU pledges solidarity with striking sister unions CWU and SACTWU

12 July 2018

The South African Democratic Teachers` Union (SADTU), as an affiliate of COSATU, pledges solidary with fellow sister Unions - the Communication Workers Union (CWU) and the Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers` Union (SACTWU) who embarked on strike action over salaries.

 

NEHAWU supports POPCRU National March

12 July 2018

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] supports the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) national march tomorrow in Pretoria.

 

NEHAWU condemns the shooting of SACTWU members and support their strike

12 July 2018

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] condemns the shooting of five Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers` Union [SACTWU] members in KwaZulu-Natal yesterday afternoon. The workers were picketing outside a factory as part of SACTWU`s strike in the footwear sector which began on Monday.

 

Communication Workers Union will embark on a National Shutdown at MTN

12 July 2018

Communication Workers Union will embark on a National Shutdown at MTN, on Friday the 13th of July 2018. This happens after a marathon of negotiations since the beginning of the year, that yielded no results.

 

LIMUSA support the POPCRU national march

12 July 2018

The Liberated Metalworkers Union of South Africa (LIMUSA) fully supports the national march of our sister union, the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU). The national march will be staged tomorrow, Friday 13 July 2018, in the City of Tshwane (Pretoria), where POPCRU will be marching to all the departments in the criminal justice sector.

 

All set for the POPCRU national march

12 July 2018

Members of the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) from across the country will tomorrow, Friday 13 July 2018, descend upon the city of Pretoria for a national march in taking their long-held grievances and demands to departments within the criminal justice cluster.

 

NEHAWU Limpopo to march to the Office of the Premier as part of Provincial Day of Action tomorrow

12 July 2018

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] in the Limpopo Province will tomorrow [Friday July 13, 2018] as part of its Provincial Day of Action march to the Officer of the Premier to deliver a memorandum of demands in relation to the crisis currently engulfing all departments across the provincial government especially in the Department of Health.

 

The application by five bus companies to be exempted from the annual increase settlement is an act of provocation and an attack on collective bargaining

11 July 2018

COSATU is shocked and strongly denounces the five bus companies that are attempting to seek exemption from the recent bus driver`s wage settlements. We view the announced intention by the five bus companies to seek exemptions from the annual increase settlement as an attack on workers` and their hard won right to an annual salary increase.

 

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