Union members down tools countrywide over corruption and salary increases among other things on Wednesday
By Zoë Postman, Marecia Damons, Nokulunga Majola and Thamsanqa Mbovane
News | 7 October 2020
Hundreds marched in Cape Town on Thursday
News | 20 February 2020
Train operator accused of criminal negligence
Brief | 21 September 2017
At Cosatu's demand of R4,500 per month, we risk increasing unemployment
Opinion | 15 February 2016
But is the labour movement sufficiently united, independent and democratic to defend workers?
By Terry Bell
Opinion | 8 February 2016
But minister says action has already been taken
Brief | 29 January 2016
25 January 2016 OPINION
Federation's hosting of controversial congress might cause rift with overseas trade unions
Cosatu spokesperson Patrick Craven was amazed at the media interest shown in the
eleventh national congress of the federation. Shortly before the congress opened its
doors, 347 media accreditations had been processed, with additional enquiries still
being dealt with.
Opinion | 26 September 2012
COSATU is facing an unprecedented onslaught. Is the federation, as Helen Zille claims, ‘the main roadblock in the road to job creation and redress’? And would ‘lowering the cost of employment’ be the ‘biggest single step towards solving the unemployment problem’?
Ilan Strauss and Doron Isaacs
Opinion | 12 June 2012