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COSATU set to convene a three day Central Executive Committee meeting next week

20 November 2017

The Congress of South African Trade Unions will convene a three day normal Central Executive Committee meeting from the 27th -29th of November 2017 to discuss Organisational, Political and Socio-economic issues affecting the workers and the working class in general.

 

COSATU supports the people`s desire and quest for democracy in Zimbabwe and an end to political dynasties for a new democratic SADC

20 November 2017

COSATU has been following developments in Zimbabwe with keenness and anticipation and we have also kept our ears close to the people in their quest and struggle for democracy. We begin by once again, extending full solidarity with the people and workers of our neighbouring country, Zimbabwe during these turbulent, uncertain and trying times in the life of their country.

 

SATAWU Ready To Unite, Rebuild and Service Members after an introspective Central Executive Committee Meeting

19 November 2017

South African Transport and Allied Workers` Union (SATAWU) Central Executive Committee (CEC) on Friday night appointed a 14-member Task Team to take charge of the organisation`s affairs until a National Congress is held in February next year for which it must prepare.

 

Coal sector strike postponed for now

19 November 2017

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) members employed by Wilson Bailey Homes and Ovcon (WBHO) in Kwazulu-Natal are determined to stop the employer in its attempt to casualize the Civil Engineering Industry.

 

The NUM is strongly opposed to the retrenchment of 47 workers at WBHO

19 November 2017

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) members employed by Wilson Bailey Homes and Ovcon (WBHO) in Kwazulu-Natal are determined to stop the employer in its attempt to casualize the Civil Engineering Industry.

 

Janusz Walus should rot in jail

17 November 2017

The Congress of South African Trade Unions welcomes the announcement by Justice Minister Michael Masutha that the Polish mercenary Janusz Walus has been denied parole.

 

COSATU to make its submission on SAA to Parliament tomorrow

16 November 2017

COSATU will make its submissions on SAA and how to protect jobs and ensure its long term sustainability to the Standing Committee on Appropriations at 08:30am 17 November, Room V475, and Parliament. The federation`s submission will includes key concerns and proposals that workers have with regards to:

 

DENOSA KZN statement on the alleged suspension of HOD of Health in the province under dubious circumstances

16 November 2017

As a stakeholder in health, the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) in KwaZulu-Natal is worried about yet another potential instability in the provincial department of health if widely reported allegations are true that the Head of Department has been suspended.

 

NEHAWU KZN to brief media on state of readiness for Provincial Day of Action

16 November 2017

The National Education Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] will brief the media tomorrow on the state of readiness for its upcoming Provincial Day of Action. The Day of Action which will take place next week Thursday 23rd November 2017 will be in the form of a march directed to both the Premiers office and Provincial Treasury.

 

NEHAWU North West Province is infuriated by the dishonesty of the North West Department of Social Development

16 November 2017

The National Education Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] in the North West province is infuriated by the dishonesty displayed by the Department of Social Development in the province in relation to the insourcing of the Secure Care Centre Services that are currently outsourced to the scandal-ridden BOSASA Group of Companies.

 

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