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Shopsteward Volume 27: Special Bulletin

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NEHAWU statement of the 4th Plenary Session of its 11th National Executive Committee

11 April 2019

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers` Union [NEHAWU] convened its 4th plenary session of National Executive Committee [NEC] meeting of the 11th National Congress on the 09th 10th April 2019. The NEC considered the international context, national political and socio-economic situations including organisational assessment in particular matters affecting our members and the working class in general.

 

COSATU KZN PSSC Media Alert

10 April 2019

COSATU KZN invites all the media to the Provincial Shop Stewards Council taking place on Friday, 12th April 2019.

 

COSATU KwaZulu Statement on the Selection of the uMgeni Board Members

10 April 2019

COSATU is concerned about the politicisation and coru of uMgeni utility by and we view this as a source of instability in the utility.

 

DENOSA Mpumalanga Student Movement to hold two-day Provincial Congress in Mbombela from tomorrow (10-11 April)

09 April 2019

DENOSA in Mpumalanga will be will be holding its Student Movement 6th Provincial Congress in Mbombela that is scheduled to take place as follows:

 

Remembering Cde Chris Hani 26 years after his assassination

09 April 2019

The Congress of South African Trade Unions is joining the millions of South Africans to remember who was mowed down by an assassin`s gun 26 years ago. Tomorrow, it will be 26 years since this country was robbed of one of its beloved sons by the gutless apartheid assassins. We take our hats off in remembrance of this revolutionary hero, who never wavered in the face of evil and who paid the ultimate price fighting for the emancipation of the oppressed majority.

 

The Congress of South African Trade Unions welcomes the new Director of Public Prosecutions Advocate Shamila Batohi`s decision to strengthen the NPA

09 April 2019

The Congress of South African Trade Unions welcomes the new Director of Public Prosecutions Advocate Shamila Batohi`s decision to assign top prosecutors in senior positions as part of her efforts to stabilise the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). We also welcome the renewed focus that the NPA is paying to goings in the State Capture Commission of Enquiry.

 

COSATU welcomes the downgrade of SA Embassy in Tel Aviv

09 April 2019

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) welcomes the decision by the South African Government to implement the decision to downgrade the South African Embassy in Israel to the level of a liaison office.

 

COSATU Gauteng condemns the indifferent and big-headed Mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba

09 April 2019

COSATU in Gauteng is perturbed by the indifferent and big-headed Mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba. Since the DA/EEF coalitions led by Mashaba in 2016, the people of Johannesburg are confronted by serious poor service delivery and they are all passing the buck instead of governing.

 

COSATU-SACP Gauteng province confident of a decisive, resounding and overwhelming ANC election victory on the 8th May 2019

08 April 2019

The South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) in Gauteng Province are confident that the working class and revolutionary people will deliver a resounding and overwhelming election victory to the African National Congress (ANC) and its Alliance partners on the 8th May 2019

 

SAEPU dissapointed by Mantashe`s arrogant behaviour towards his employee

05 April 2019

The South African Emergency Personnel`s Union (SAEPU) is deeply disappointed by Mantashe`s arrogant behaviour towards his worker. It is alleged that Mineral Resource Minister Gwede Mantashe and his wife fired one of their employees after she allowed an investigator from Zondo commission on to their Elliot farm in Eastern Cape. It is further alleged that no proper procedure enshrined as guided by LRA no 66 of 1995 for fair dismissal. Zondo commission heard that Bosasa installed security upgrades at Mantashe`s homes.

 

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