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COSATU will be marching on May Day

21 April 2017

Cosatu will be marching on May Day to demand the removal of Helen Zille as the Premier for her racist endorsement of Colonialism The call for her removal will also focus on the refugee slurs that she dished out in Cape Town, as she tries to keep the City and the Province white preferential area.

 

POPCRU National Executive Committee Statement

20 April 2017

The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) held its National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting at its headquarters in Auckland Park from the 18th - 20th of April 2017. The NEC discussed a political overview delivered by the presidency, focused on the defining challenges and opportunities modelled by the socio-economic and political dynamics currently underway in our country, and the role we need to play within this context.

 

POPCRU Press Conference cancelled

20 April 2017

The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) would like to apologise for the late announcement of the cancellation of its scheduled post-NEC meeting press conference which was to take place this afternoon at 12h30.

 

SADTU to have a Career Guidance Expo in Limpopo

19 April 2017

Close to 2000 Grade 12 learners from the Sekhukhune Region and the surrounding areas in Limpopo will be provided with a rare opportunity of learning about post matric career options during a two-day Career Guidance Expo organized by the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU).

 

COSATU Gauteng to march to ABSA Head Office tomorrow

19 April 2017

The Congress of South African Trade Unions will be marching on the 20th April 2017, to Absa Offices to handover a memorandum of demands following the bank`s involvement in a number of controversial activities that are detrimental to the wellbeing of the country`s economy

 

SATAWU starts salary negotiations at Road Accident Fund

19 April 2017

South African Transport and Allied Workers` Union (SATAWU) embarked on salary negotiations at the Road Accident Fund (RAF) today

 

COSATU congratulates Professor Chris Malikane on his new position and denounces his unwarranted criticism by agents of white monopoly capital

19 April 2017

COSATU congratulates Prof Chris Malikane on his appointment as an adviser to the Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba and denounces his unwarranted criticism by those who are resistant to change and want to defend their inherited privileges. Whilst this appointment is unlikely to change Treasury`s conservative approach to macroeconomic policy issues, it is a step in the right direction.

 

POPCRU Post-NEC meeting Press Conference

19 April 2017

The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) has convened its National Executive Committee meeting from the 18th to 20th April 2017.

 

COSATU statement on Brian Molefe`s R 30 million handshake from Eskom

19 April 2017

COSATU has noted with deep concern Eskom`s R30 million golden handshake to Mr Brian Molefe, who is yet to clear his name regarding his alleged involvement in corruption, as highlighted by the State Capture report. He is yet to give answers about his involvement in the GUPTA`s contract with Eskom.

 

COSATU supports the Minister of Labour; Mildred Oliphant`s plan for blitz farm inspections in KwaZulu-Natal farms this coming Friday 21 April 2017

19 April 2017

The Congress of South African Trade Unions commends the Minister of Labour; Mildred Oliphant for leading a team of labour inspectors and other law enforcement agencies to conduct blitz farm inspections in KwaZulu-Natal this coming Friday, 21 April 2017. The purpose of these inspections according to the department is to ensure that employers are meeting the required conditions and standards set by our labour laws.

 

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