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

Keywords : South Africa Swaziland Democracy Human and trade union rights

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.

A PRESS CONFERENCE will be convened before the demonstration at 11h00. The Press Conference will be addressed by the COSATU 2nd Deputy President who was deported alongside the COSATU Deputy International Secretary from Swaziland yesterday.

The Press Conference will take place at the NUMSA Head Office, 153 Cnr Bree and Gerard Sekota Streets, Newtown, Johannesburg.
The SARB demonstration, starting an 12pm will be addressed by the following leaders:

• ZINGISWA LOSI – COSATU 2nd Deputy President
• SKHUMBUZO PHAKATHI – PUDEMO Secretary General
There will also be messages of support from other solidarity and civil society organisations!

The public demonstration forms part of the Global Week of Action as led by SDC, COSATU and its affiliates in solidarity with the struggling and oppressed people of Swaziland by King Mswati’s regime.
A Memorandum of Demands will be delivered to the SARB ruling oligarchy to raise our grievances for the bail-out or loan to the Swazi regime.

Please Contact:
Zanele Matebula, COSATU Deputy International Relations Secretary on 082 300 8979
Stephen Faulkner, SDC Co-Convener on 082 817 5455

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