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Shopsteward Volume 24 No. 1. May Day Special Edition 2015

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COSATU to picket at the Free Market Foundation offices, Bryanston on Friday, 12h00

03 August 2015

The Congress of South African Trade Union will lead a picket at the Free Market Foundation Offices in Bryanston. Many workers remain outside collective bargaining councils facing precarious working conditions and low wages meted against them by intransigent employers.

 

COSATU President scheduled to address Gauteng Provincial Congress tomorrow at Johannesburg-Media urged to collect accreditation at COSATU House, Today

03 August 2015

The Congress of South African Trade Unions President, Comrade Sdumo Dlamini is scheduled to address Gauteng Provincial Congress tomorrow, 4th August 2015 at the Standard Bank Arena, Johannesburg

 

SAMWU Press Conference

03 August 2015

The South African Municipal Workers’ Union (SAMWU) will be holding an ordinary Central Executive Committee (CEC) meeting from the 5th to 7th August 2015.

 

COSATU WC rejects Media 24 Apology

03 August 2015

The apology from Media 24 for their support of racist policies and Apartheid in the past rings hollow and is rejected by COSATU Western Cape.

 

Mayor and Premier continues the big lie in Manenberg

03 August 2015

The problem of all the townships are the same, with drugs and gangs being the worst, but shortage of housing and lack of facilities in education also plays a big part. This fact alone would point to the need for a comprehensive plan for the entire Cape Flats.

 

COSATU Statement on the introduction of Nuclear Energy

31 July 2015

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) has noted the plans to build 6 to 8 nuclear power stations. Reports indicate that the introduction of this technology will cost between 400 billion and 1 trillion rand to build. This large sum of money required for financing nuclear energy will come from the taxpayer. COSATU wishes to reiterate the following concerns raised by its affiliate― the National Union of Mine Workers (NUM) ―on the abrupt introduction of nuclear energy.

 

Speech Delivered at the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Congress by COSATU 2nd Deputy President, Comrade Zingiswa Losi at Durban in KwaZulu-Natal on the 29th July 2015

31 July 2015

We went into the Special National Congress defending ourselves from attacks and contaminated by insults which had been directed at COSATU and its leadership but workers cleansed us and inspired us to continue to serve them with even more vigour.

 

DENOSA Gauteng disturbed by yesterday’s violent attack on nurses at Tembisa Hospital

31 July 2015

The Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (DENOSA) Gauteng is extremely disturbed by the violent attack on two female nurses yesterday (Thursday) at Tembisa hospital by male relatives of a patient who was admitted at the facility and call for tough action against the perpetrators

 

NEHAWU calls for the arrest and prosecution of the criminals that assaulted a Nurse at Thembisa Hospital

31 July 2015

NEHAWU is shocked and disgusted by the reports that a nurse was assaulted by the relatives of a patient for alleged poor treatment at Thembisa Hospital, yesterday

 

COSATU broadly welcomes Government's Expropriation Bill

31 July 2015

The Congress of South African Trade Unions supports the progressive provisions of the Expropriation Bill.

 

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