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Cosatu: None of our strike demands are unreasonable

Cosatu's Mike Shingange: "Our strike countrywide today is not making any unreasonable demands, it can't be unreasonable to fight for your job, it can't be unreasonable to say as a country let's come up with ideas to create more jobs. None of our ...

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Nurses expected to down tools in support of Cosatu strike

As SA wakes up to the threat of a massive strike against job losses, nurses affiliated to the Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA (Denosa) said they would down tools in support of the Cosatu-led industrial action. Speaking on Tuesday, Denosa said ...

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Cosatu calls on all employees to join Wednesday's national strike

JOHANNESBURG – The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) is calling on all employees, including teachers, to fight back by taking to the streets during its national shutdown strike on Wednesday. Cosatu says that government needs to be ...

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Independent Online

Cosatu's Sizwe Pamla calls on workers to stay at home

Spokesperson for Cosatu, Sizwe Pamla, told Pretoria News that every individual worker in Tshwane could participate in the Cosatu-led national strike by simply staying at home. “Those with means can travel to Mary Fitzgerald Square in Joburg where we ...

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