South Africa

Affiliates in this country

National Council of Trade Unions (NACTU)

General Secretary,
NACTU,
P.O. Box 10928,
johannesburg 2000
South Africa
 
Tel. 27 11 8331040/5
Fax: 27 11 8331032
E-mail: info@nactu.org.za

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)

General Secretary,COSATU,
1-5 Leyds Street,
Braamfontein,
P.O. Box 1019,
johannesburg 2000
South Africa

Federation of Trade Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA)

General Secretary
FEDUSA, FEDUSA House
10 Kingfisher Street,
Horizon Park
P.O. Box 7779
Westgate 1734
South Africa
Tel. 27 11 2791800/1/2
Fax: 27 11 2791802
E-mail fedusa@fedusa.org.za

Confederation of South African Workers’ Unions (CONSAWU)

CONSAWU Head Office
21 Adriana Crescent
Gateway Industrial Park Rooishuiskraal X25 Centurion
Postal Address : PO Box 877
Pretoria 0001
Telephone No. (012) 661 4265
Fax No. (012) 661 1793
E-mail : consawu@mweb.co.za

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15/01/2018

ILO-RENGO workshop on the role of Trade Union on productivity improvement in Africa.

ILO’s Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ILO/ACTRAV) and the Japan Trade Union Congress (JTUC/RENGO) had organised from 22 to 24th November 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa a workshop on the role of Trade Union on productivity improvement in (...)
22 to 24th november 2017 Cape Town, South Africa Keywords : South Africa;
27/09/2017

ITUC-AFRICA SOLIDARITY STATEMENT WITH COSATU ON THE OCCASION OF HER NATIONAL STRIKE ACTION

The African Regional Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa) representing over 17 million workers in 51 of the 55 African countries conveys her full solidarity and support for the 27 September 2017 National Strike Action called by the Congress of South (...)
Keywords : Activities; South Africa; Human and trade union rights; Solidarity Letters;
11/05/2017

Press Release: Funds flowing illicitly out of South Africa must end now

Trade Unions and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in South Africa met in Johannesburg on the 09th – 10th May 2017, under the theme “Curbing illicit financial flows for public sector development and public service delivery: The role of trade unions and civil (...)
10 May 2017 Keywords : ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS - “STOP THE BLEEDING” ; South Africa; Declarations; Human and trade union rights; Structural Transformation For Africa’s Development;
21/04/2015

ITUC-AFRICA STATEMENT ON THE XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Once again, xenophobic attacks have recurred in South Africa. The chilling effect we get as workers seeing clips of clearly avoidable violence on people in the guise of ridding a country of foreigners is a harrowing and discomforting one. It was the same feeling of revulsion and disbelief we (...)
Keywords : South Africa; Declarations; Human and trade union rights;

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15/01/2018

ILO-RENGO workshop on the role of Trade Union on productivity improvement in Africa.

ILO’s Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ILO/ACTRAV) and the Japan Trade Union Congress (JTUC/RENGO) had organised from 22 to 24th November 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa a workshop on the role of Trade Union on productivity improvement in (...)
22 to 24th november 2017 Cape Town, South Africa
Keywords : South Africa
27/09/2017

ITUC-AFRICA SOLIDARITY STATEMENT WITH COSATU ON THE OCCASION OF HER NATIONAL STRIKE ACTION

The African Regional Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa) representing over 17 million workers in 51 of the 55 African countries conveys her full solidarity and support for the 27 September 2017 National Strike Action called by the Congress of South (...)
Keywords : Activities South Africa Human and trade union rights Solidarity Letters
11/05/2017

Press Release: Funds flowing illicitly out of South Africa must end now

Trade Unions and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in South Africa met in Johannesburg on the 09th – 10th May 2017, under the theme “Curbing illicit financial flows for public sector development and public service delivery: The role of trade unions and civil (...)
10 May 2017 Keywords : ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS - “STOP THE BLEEDING” South Africa Declarations Human and trade union rights Structural Transformation For Africa’s Development
21/04/2015

ITUC-AFRICA STATEMENT ON THE XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Once again, xenophobic attacks have recurred in South Africa. The chilling effect we get as workers seeing clips of clearly avoidable violence on people in the guise of ridding a country of foreigners is a harrowing and discomforting one. It was the same feeling of revulsion and disbelief we (...)
Keywords : South Africa Declarations Human and trade union rights
18/07/2013

ITUC-Africa Statement on Mandela Day: drawing inspiration from an Icon

The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUCAfrica) today joins the rest of Africa in celebrating Nelson Mandela - a living icon we share with the rest of the world.
Keywords : South Africa Declarations
31/10/2012

Messages of Solidarity Committees with the Iranian Workers’ Movement-Abroad

To the striking workers in South African mines ”Committee Coordinating Strike Joint Rustenburg"
Keywords : South Africa
05/09/2012

Apartheid-era Murder Charges Against 270 Miners “Absurd”

31 August 2012: The laying of murder charges against 270 South African miners under a common purpose law notorious during the apartheid era is absurd, according to the ITUC.
Keywords : South Africa Declarations Human and trade union rights
12/09/2011

COSATU/SDC PRESS CONFERENCE AND PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE SA RESERVE BANK OFFICES!

The Swaziland Democracy Campaign (SDC) will be holding a public demonstration outside the offices of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) tomorrow, Friday 09 September 2011, 57 Ntemi Piliso Street, Johannesburg.
Keywords : South Africa Swaziland Democracy Human and trade union rights
19/08/2011

Mboweni: No will to implement labour laws

Mboweni: No will to implement labour laws August 19 2011 at 02:26pm Comment on this story 11/5/2009.Outgoing Reserve Bank Governer Tito Mboweni in his office,talks about his future plans. Picture : Masi Losi South Africa’s labour legislation is correct, but the political leadership to (...)
Keywords : South Africa Human and trade union rights

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