Why is Zwelinzima Vavi spending his precious political capital on a boycott of Generations in support of highly-paid actors, asks Verashni Pillay.
The trade union and the Creative Workers Union of SA agreed to campaign for the actors demands and ask viewers to "switch-off" from September 15.
Speaking to the advisory panel on the socio-economic impact of e-tolls, Cosatu's Dumisani Dakile says e-tolls "will perpetuate exclusion in society".
Treasury will consider partnerships with the private sector to extend some of SA's infrastructure build despite it being politically impossible.
An exhibition in Cape Town is showcasing handmade posters from the 1980s and 1990s that helped promote the revolution in South Africa.
While the Jewish community seeks an apology, Cosatu's Tony Ehrenreich maintains that his Facebook post does not incite harm or violence against Jews.
Neasa has said it will continue its constitutionally protected lockout of workers following the end of the wider strike in the metals sector.
Following wage negotiations in the platinum sector, which ended in June, the trade federation says NUM members are being denied access to Impala.
Cosatu's secretary general is still defending the union federation's shaky unity, even though plans for Numsa's break-away are already in motion.
Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi has told thousands of striking metalworkers that â€‹workers have no reason to celebrate 20 years of freedom.
The trade federation in Cape Town, which plans to protest, has urged Metrorail to delay increasing its fares until its services had improved.
Several affiliates of the trade union federation have told the ANC they want Numsa expelled.
The 'rebel' union says its estranged umbrella body is looking for a scapegoat for its leadership woes.
Cosatu says it will call for the adoption of a campaign to disband Sanral, who has recently announced that the e-tolling system is expanding to KZN.
Numerous Cosatu leaders will take seats for the ANC in Parliament in what critics are calling their reward for remaining loyal to the ruling party.
Barely a month after the ANC intervened to broker truce within the embattled labour federation, unions have taken the Cosatu president to court.
The union federation's future lies in finding its former unity of purpose and its workerist focus, writes Jay Naidoo.
Zwelenzima Vavi tells workers in PE to take control of their future, while in Polokwane, Zuma and the ANC take centre stage at Cosatu's massive rally.
With less than a week left to campaign, parties are scrambling to sway what appears to be a large group of undecided voters.