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AllAfrica.com
Letter to Editor - Cosatu Responds to Irvin Jimto undermine the independence and constitutional rights of trade unions. This i
Letter to Editor - Cosatu Responds to Irvin Jim
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
to undermine the independence and constitutional rights of trade unions. This is Cosatu's response, reproduced in full. By Sizwe Pamla, Cosatu national spokesman. The column by the General Secretary of Numsa, Cde Irvin Jim, entitled "Workers must... Read more
11d
Daily Maverick
Politicsthe Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and the government threaten
Politics
Daily Maverick / Posted 11 days ago
the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and the government threatened to undermine the independence and constitutional rights of trade unions. This is Cosatu’s response, reproduced in full. By Sizwe Pamla, Cosatu national... Read more
12d
News 24 South Africa
We are not affiliated to any political party, says new unionalliance between the Congress of SA Trade Unions and the ruling African Nationa
We are not affiliated to any political party, says new union
News 24 South Africa / Posted 12 days ago
alliance between the Congress of SA Trade Unions and the ruling African National Congress. But Cosatu spokesperson Sizwe Pamla dismissed this. "Strike season is in August. Most of the sectors have only opened their negotiations now," said... Read more
13d
Daily Maverick
Workers must reject proposed agreement between government and Cosatufor restraint. It says there should be a balance between wage demands and the p
Workers must reject proposed agreement between government and Cosatu
Daily Maverick / Posted 13 days ago
for restraint. It says there should be a balance between wage demands and the preservation of jobs.” The Times quotes Sizwe Pamla, Cosatu’s national spokesperson, as saying that “we have called on our affiliates not to over-promise and demand... Read more
13d
iol.co.za
Plight of Lily miners back in focuswas disappointed by the government’s lack of action and commitment to addressin
Plight of Lily miners back in focus
iol.co.za / Posted 13 days ago
was disappointed by the government’s lack of action and commitment to addressing the ongoing issues at the mine. Spokesman Sizwe Pamla said the government had not acted on its promises to find the missing miners and compensate the injured... Read more
20d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Cosatu: Save the jobsCosatu is calling for restraint. It says there should be a balance between wage
Cosatu: Save the jobs
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 20 days ago
Cosatu is calling for restraint. It says there should be a balance between wage demands and the preservation of jobs. Sizwe Pamla, Cosatu's national spokesman, said yesterday that the call to affiliates was to "negotiate with a view to... Read more
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27d
iol.co.za
Cosatu calls for reinstatement of ANN7 staffersis an unacceptable and blatant ill treatment of workers and we demand their imm
Cosatu calls for reinstatement of ANN7 staffers
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
is an unacceptable and blatant ill treatment of workers and we demand their immediate reinstatement. Workers cannot lose their jobs and subsequently their livelihood because someone's ego was bruised,” Cosatu spokesman Sizwe Pamla said in a stateme... Read more
27d
iol.co.za
Cosatu calls for reinstatement of ANN7 workersis an unacceptable and blatant ill treatment of workers and we demand their imm
Cosatu calls for reinstatement of ANN7 workers
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
is an unacceptable and blatant ill treatment of workers and we demand their immediate reinstatement. Workers cannot lose their jobs and subsequently their livelihood because someone's ego was bruised,” Cosatu spokesman Sizwe Pamla said in a stateme... Read more
30d
Daily Dispatch
Union members in EC face risk of being evictedDispatchLIVEhad received the letter, but that the matter had been taken over by Cosatu as t
Union members in EC face risk of being evictedDispatchLIVE
Daily Dispatch / Posted 30 days ago
had received the letter, but that the matter had been taken over by Cosatu as the ruling federation. Attempts to get comment yesterday from Mofokeng or Cosatu national spokesman Sizwe Pamla were unsuccessful. — msindisif@dispatch.co.za Recomm... Read more

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