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The NUM is the largest recognised collective bargaining agent representing workers in the Mining, Construction and Electrical Energy Industries in South Africa and the largest affiliate of COSATU, with offices in all the South African Provinces. [according to site editor's information]
www.num.org.za
SADTU is a union of organising teachers - irrespective of race, creed, or gender - nationally throughout South Africa. It ranks amongst the largest unions affiliated to the Congress of South African Trades Unions (COSATU). [according to site editor's information]
www.sadtu.org.za
The website of the South African Municipal Workers Union informs about the history, the struggles and the policy of the union. Some documents are available in Sesotho, Setswana, isiXhosa, Afrikaans, isiZulu and SePedi. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.samwu.org.za
NEHAWU is the biggest Public Sector Union and the biggest in the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council, a negotiations structure for public service employees in South Africa. The Union is affiliated to COSATU. [according to site editor's information]
www.nehawu.org.za
Founded in 1985 COSATU has been since then in the forefront of the struggle for democracy and workers' rights in South Africa. COSATU is a partner in the Tripartite Alliance together with the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party. [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
www.cosatu.org.za
CONSAWU is a national trade union center in South Africa. The Confederation promotes labour unity and stresses that is not in opposition to any existing federation. Affiliates include the National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers (NUPSAW). [editors ilissAfrica]
consawu.co.za/
UASA organises workers in most economic sectors and industries and actively represents close to 75 000 workers in the workplace. UASA is one of several unions affiliated to the Federation of Trade Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA). [according to site editor's information]
www.uasa.co.za
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