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CWUSA`s struggle continues in support of Generation Actors against SABC & MMSV

28 August 2014

The Creative Workers Union of South Africa, herein referred to as CWUSA, calls for MOSHITO to withdraw the hosting of the annual conference at the SABC facilities to show their support towards Generation Actors’ struggle for better lives after having been unceremoniously dismissed from work.

 

Formscuff workers down tools to demand decent wages and better conditions

28 August 2014

Workers at Formscaff nationally, belonging to the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) have down tools and they are embarking on a protected strike since Monday 25 August 2014.

 

COSATU corrects Star article

28 August 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions wishes to correct an article which appeared in The Star on 28 August 2014, headed “Cosatu backs pension changes”.

 

COSATU NW welcomes Cashbuild’s positive response

28 August 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions and its affiliates want to congratulate the Cashbuild management for responding positively to the call to reinstate workers who were dismissed.

 

COSATU Limpopo wishes FAWU and MKMVA successful respective Provincial Congresses

28 August 2014

COSATU in Limpopo hereby wish the Food and Allied Workers Union (FAWU) and Umkhonto We Sizwe Veterans Association (MKMVA) successful and fruitful respective provincial congresses.

 

E-tolls killing the country: Cosatu

27 August 2014

E-tolling is one of the most immoral projects undertaken since the arms deal, Cosatu said on Wednesday.

 

COSATU to march against Neasa companies in Brits

27 August 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions in the NW addressed workers who have been locked out by the engineering employers’ organisation NEASA since the agreement signed by NUMSA and SEIFSA.

 

COSATU`s submission to the Advisory Panel on the Socio-economic Impact of e-tolls

27 August 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions welcomes the opportunity to present before the Advisory Panel on the socio-economic impact of the e-tolls. We particularly want to commend the Premier of Gauteng, David Makhura for reopening this highly contentious matter of Gauteng e-tolls.

 

COSATU Response to the Commission into Police in Khayelitsha

27 August 2014

The commission has revealed many things that are self-evident in most townships where communities struggle to be supported and protected by SAPS and where members of SAPS struggle in the face of chronic lack of resources to overcome the immense odds in dealing with crime. In that respect the Commission has not provided any insights that are new or particularly revealing. It has just confirmed that R13 million could have gone a long way to actually address the problems.

 

COSATU NW disappointed at postponement of Aurora case

27 August 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions is highly disappointed that the North Gauteng High Court has agreed to the postponement of the case against the Aurora directors who owe millions to creditors, including the poor workers who are still not working after over five years.

 
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