Taking COSATU Today Forward, 26 November 2021

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Taking COSATU Today Forward

‘Whoever sides with the revolutionary people in deed as well as in word is a revolutionary in the full sense’-Maoo

 

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Friday, 25 November 2021


‘Deepen the Back to Basics Campaign, Consolidate the Struggle for the NDR and Advance the Struggle for Socialism’

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Organize at every workplace and demand Personal Protective Equipment Now!

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Contents                      

  • Workers Parliament: Back to Basics!
  • SACCAWU Regional Marches Programmes for the 26th of November 2021
  • Department of Labour and Employment Consolidated Occupational Health and Safety Measures in certain workplaces
  • South Africa
  • COSATU Free State congratulates the NUM for hosting a successful conference
  • International-Workers’ Solidarity!
  • International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women | Mobilising and organising for a world that is safe and affirming for all

Workers’ Parliament-Back2Basics 

SACCAWU Regional Marches Programmes for the 26th of November 2021 is as follows;

REGION

ASSEMBLY POINT

DESTINATION

MEMORANDUM HAND OVER

COSATU CEC MEMBER

CONTACT PERSON

Eastern Cape

Linton Grange 10H00

Makro Gqeberha

12H45

N Majova

SAMWU Tresurer

Simphiwe Valela

082 336 8315

 

Freestate/N.Cape

Power Point Walter Sisuly Street 11H00

Makro Bloem

13H00

N. Dolopi

SADTU DGS

Jerry Mmoneri

082 336 9298

 

KZN Region

King Dinizulu Park 08H00

Durban city hall

12H30 – 13H00

L. Thipe

COSATU 2nd Deputy President

M. Cele

SADTU Deputy President

Mathews Ndlovu

082 336 9245

 

Mpumalanga

Old Showground

10h00

Makro Mbombela

13h00

B. Ntshalintshali

COSATU GS

Solly Mathebula

082 336 8081

 

Northern Region

Tshwane Esikia Maphahlele Street 09H00

Game Bloed Street

12H00

S.Mokgotho

SAWMU President

Cyril Dibakwane

082 336 8382

 

North West Vaal

Medical Centre                                      08h30

Cambridge City Mall

10H00

S. Phetoe

COSATU DGS

Frans Jonas

082 370 6893

 

Western Cape

Hanover St. 10h00

Game Central

12h00

F.Solomons

SADTU vice Pre/Education

J. Hector

PAWUSA Treasurer

Crosby Booi

082 336 5731

 

Wits Region

Mary Fitzgerald 09H00

Game JhB City

12H00

M. Shingange

COSATU 1st Deputy President

Dumisani Mavuso

082 336 7745

 

Eastern Cape

East London North End Stadium 10H00

Jumbo Cash and Carry

12H45

P. Gxalaba

AFADWU 2nd President

Simphiwe Valela

082 336 8315

Eastern Cape

Mthatha Jimmy Spar 10h00

Game Plaza

12H45

N. Maheneza

CWU 2nd Deputy President

Simphiwe Valela

082 336 8315

 

Northern Region

SABC Park Polokwane 09H00

Game Polokwane

12H00

M. Mpogeng

SAEPU President

S. Mantlhakga

CWU 1st Deputy President

 

Ciryl Dibakwane

082 336 8382

 

 

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Department of Labour and Employment Consolidated Occupational Health and Safety Measures in certain workplaces

https://www.labour.gov.za/DocumentCenter/Regulations%20and%20Notices/Notices/Occupational%20Health%20and%20Safety/Consolidated%20Direction%20on%20Occccupational%20Health%20and%20Safety%20measyres%20in%20certain%20workplaces.pdf

South Africa

COSATU Free State congratulates the NUM for hosting a successful conference

Monyatso oa Mahlatsi, COSATU Free State Provincial Secretary, 26 November 2021

As COSATU Free State we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the NUM a founding Affiliate of the Federation, for hosting a successful Regional Conference on 24-25 November 2021 in Woodlands lodge at Parys.

The conference sat under the commanding theme ‘reclaiming our space through quality service’ and was seized with the task of developing resolutions and decisions which would put the NUM member in the centre of all the operations and activities of the union.

The conference was confronted with very stark challenges in the sector which seeks to threaten the jobs and livelihood of NUM members as well as the very existence of the union at worst. The declining economic situation, capital strike, attack on collective bargaining as led by Sibanye Stillwater.

The conference has also applied its mind on the national discourse around the just transition form fossil fuel to renewable energy. The conference deliberated and concluded that it will pursue all legal means to safeguard the jobs of our members and to ensure job creation through the ushering in of the just transition.

The conference deliberated and adopted a clear program to consolidate and advance the interests of NUM members with recruitment and retention of members being an apex priority.

As part of its constitutional obligation the Conference elected the following ROB Collective to lead the NUM Free State Region for the next three years:

Regional Chairperson: Cde. Fusi Ramohomane

Deputy Regional Chairperson: Cde. Shinyata Mabunda

Regional Secretary: Cde. Tshepo Molibeli

Deputy Regional Secretary: Cde. Sizwe Mokoena

Regional Treasurer: Cde. Vuyelwa Kama

Deputy Chair Education: Cde. Motsamai Masukela

Deputy Chairperson Health & Safety: Cde. Maruping Mahloko

Deputy Secretary Education: Cde. Thabo Tyson Chaela

Deputy Secretary Health & Safety: Cde. Abbey Hlakoana

We take this opportunity to welcome the new leadership to the Provincial Executive Committee of the Federation and wish them well as they carry out the mandate handed down to them by the Regional Conference.

The struggle continues

Issued by COSATU Free State

International-Solidarity 

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women | Mobilising and organising for a world that is safe and affirming for all

25 November 2021

November 25th, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, kicks off the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence around the world. To mark this important day, David Edwards, Education International General Secretary, launched a call for collective and sustained action across our societies to make the world safe and affirming for all.

The statement stresses the work and commitment of education unions everywhere to eradicate gender-based violence around schools and other educational settings, and to support the International Labour Organization Convention 190 for a world of work free from violence and harassment.

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Norman Mampane (Shopsteward Editor)

Congress of South African Trade Unions

110 Jorissen Cnr Simmonds Street, Braamfontein, 2017

P.O.Box 1019, Johannesburg, 2000, South Africa

Tel: +27 11 339-4911 Direct line: 010 219-1348

 

 

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