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COSATU May Day Celebrations 2018 Programme

19 April 2018

This theme reflects the focus areas of our work from the last Congress, where we focused on building organisation, protecting jobs, pushing for economic transformation and building unity. We have intensified our workplace visit campaigns by listening to the workers and also addressing all their challenges as we have done for the past years.

 

NEHAWU calls on SASSA to desist from victimising and intimidating our members and workers

18 April 2018

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] is infuriated by the underhand tactics used by the South African Social Security Agency [SASSA] to force our members and workers to perform duties outside their scope of work.

 

SAMWU to seek further mandate following conclusion of 4th Round of Negotiations

18 April 2018

The South African Municipal Workers` Union (SAMWU) will be seeking a further mandate from workers following the fourth and final round of negotiations with the employer representative - The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) which represents the country`s municipalities at the South African Local Government Bargaining Council (SALGBC).

 

Joint Media Statement: Public Service Unions: Wage Negotiations

18 April 2018

Unions in the Public Service, representing approximately more than 1.2 million workers have commenced with wage negotiations since September 2017 in the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council.

 

SADTU Free State fights for payment of temporary teachers and allocations to schools

18 April 2018

The South African Democratic Teachers` Union in Free State has waged a strong fight against the Treasury and the Education Department for not paying temporary teachers their January - March salaries and schools` allocations for the 4th and 1st Terms.

 

COSATU condemns Golden Arrow Bus Services for failing commuters and workers

18 April 2018

COSATU condemns Golden Arrow Bus services for the disdain that they are showing to the commuters. Many people, in good faith, buy a Golden Arrow ticket for the week and the company is obliged to provide the service to them.

 

COSATU supports the striking bus drivers

18 April 2018

The Congress of South African Trade Unions is fully behind the ongoing strike by bus drivers all across the country. We support SATAWU and other unions in their fight to ensure that workers get decent salary increases and that their working conditions are improved.

 

SATAWU embarks on Nationwide Bus Strike

17 April 2018

Workers affiliated to South African Transport and Allied Workers` Union (SATAWU), Transport and Allied Workers Union of SA (TAWUSA), Transport and Omnibus Workers` Union (TOWU), National Union of Metalworkers of SA (NUMSA) and Tirisano Transport Workers Union (TASWU) will embark on strike tomorrow, Wednesday 18 April at 5.30am as planned.

 

COSATU shocked to learn that the City of Cape Town under spent on Budget by 40%

17 April 2018

COSATU is shocked to learn that the City of Cape Town has not spent 40% of their budget for the 2017 2018 financial year. This means that there are billions of rands in the city coffers that are still available to spend on the water crisis and other problems that continue to plague the people of Cape Town.

 

COSATU calls for an urgent settlement of a bus sector wage dispute

17 April 2018

COSATU is concerned about the effects a buss strike will have on commuters and workers in Cape Town. Already the public transport system is a disaster and busses have been sorting out the problems caused by the Metrorail disaster. The effect on the economy would even be more disastrous, as workers are unable to get to work during a bus strike.

 

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