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Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA)

P. O. Box 1158, MANZINI
Tel/Fax: +268 250 59514/5
Email: Tucoswa@swazi.net; comfortmgina@yahoo.com

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04/10/2019

Protest Against Severe Police Brutality Against Striking Public Sector Workers in ESWATINI

The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa www.ituc-africa.org) expresses its strong protest against severe Police brutalities meted out against striking public sector workers in the Kingdom of (...)
04-10-2019 Lome, TOGO Keywords : Eswatini Democracy ; Human and trade union rights; Protest letters ; Eswatini;
01/10/2018

Attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters

A peaceful protest initiated on Tuesday 18th September by members of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) to draw attention to a number of pressing work place and livelihood issues, notably relating to salary increases and cost of living allowances was viciously repressed and (...)
18 Septembre 2018 Mbabane , eSwatini Keywords : Eswatini Democracy ; Human and trade union rights; Peace And Security; Eswatini;
21/09/2018

ITUC-Africa statement on the brazen attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters

Dear Mr. Prime Minister, Protest against the brazen attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa (www.ituc-africa.org) writes to express its concern about the recent police attack (...)
20 September 2018 Lomé, TOGO Keywords : Eswatini Democracy ; Human and trade union rights; Protest letters ; Eswatini;
07/09/2017

Press statement in support of Swaziland’s eligibility status for AGOA

The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) representing 9 000 workers in the textile and apparel industry, the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) representing 40 000 workers and 16 affiliated unions, and the IndustriALL Global Union representing 50 million workers in 140 (...)
Keywords : Declarations; Eswatini Democracy ; Human and trade union rights; Eswatini;
10/08/2017

SWAZILAND: STAWU Signs a Pay-rise Agreement with Nagins Transport

Following a collective bargaining process between Nagins Transport (Pty) Ltd and STAWU, a 12 months collective bargaining agreement [CBA] has been signed by the Parties on about July 28th 2017. Among the material terms of the agreement is eight [8] percent pay-rise across the board in respect (...)
Keywords : Eswatini Democracy ; Communique; Eswatini;

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04/10/2019

Protest Against Severe Police Brutality Against Striking Public Sector Workers in ESWATINI

The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa www.ituc-africa.org) expresses its strong protest against severe Police brutalities meted out against striking public sector workers in the Kingdom of (...)
04-10-2019 Lome, TOGO
Keywords : Eswatini Democracy Human and trade union rights Protest letters Eswatini
01/10/2018

Attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters

A peaceful protest initiated on Tuesday 18th September by members of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) to draw attention to a number of pressing work place and livelihood issues, notably relating to salary increases and cost of living allowances was viciously repressed and (...)
18 Septembre 2018 Mbabane , eSwatini
Keywords : Eswatini Democracy Human and trade union rights Peace And Security Eswatini
21/09/2018

ITUC-Africa statement on the brazen attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters

Dear Mr. Prime Minister, Protest against the brazen attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa (www.ituc-africa.org) writes to express its concern about the recent police attack (...)
20 September 2018 Lomé, TOGO
Keywords : Eswatini Democracy Human and trade union rights Protest letters Eswatini
07/09/2017

Press statement in support of Swaziland’s eligibility status for AGOA

The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) representing 9 000 workers in the textile and apparel industry, the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) representing 40 000 workers and 16 affiliated unions, and the IndustriALL Global Union representing 50 million workers in 140 (...)
Keywords : Declarations Eswatini Democracy Human and trade union rights Eswatini
10/08/2017

SWAZILAND: STAWU Signs a Pay-rise Agreement with Nagins Transport

Following a collective bargaining process between Nagins Transport (Pty) Ltd and STAWU, a 12 months collective bargaining agreement [CBA] has been signed by the Parties on about July 28th 2017. Among the material terms of the agreement is eight [8] percent pay-rise across the board in respect (...)
Keywords : Eswatini Democracy Communique Eswatini
17/03/2015

SWAZILAND: The Church’s 7 steps ‘to solve the crisis’

SCCL Secretary Sydney Nyembe explains some contents of the Kairos Document.
Keywords : Upcoming event Eswatini Democracy Eswatini
16/03/2015

SWAZILAND: Letter to the Honourable Minister of Labour and Social Security

FORCEFUL DISRUPTION OF NATIONAL EXECUTIVE MEETING AT SNAT CENTRE BY THE ROYAL SWAZILAND POLICE
Keywords : Upcoming event Eswatini Democracy Eswatini
10/10/2014

Protest against the planned dissolution of TUCOSWA and ATUSWA

I write to convey to you serious concerns from the African Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa), which represents over 17 million workers in 49 African countries - including Swaziland.
Keywords : Eswatini Democracy Human and trade union rights Protest letters Eswatini

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It is no doubt that at political level, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDG 2030) has been universally adopted. African nations too have already committed to achieving the goals of the SDG 2030 and the Africa Union Agenda 2063. However, there remains a huge gap between what the (...)