Treasury will consider partnerships with the private sector to extend some of SA's infrastructure build despite it being politically impossible.
The trade union federation has pinpointed transformation of South Africa's economy as the long-term solution to curbing violent strikes and protests.
Cosatu has denied any involvement in leaking suspended general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi's charge sheet to the media.
The suspended Cosatu general secretary has received a charge sheet from the trade union federation, five months after being put on special leave.
Major companies like Amazon are looking to outsource their call centres to SA, listing South Africans' "English premium voice quality" as ideal.
Cosatu says it is "shocked and angry" over the lengthy strike by petrol attendants and vehicle industry workers.
Cosatu gathered hundreds of people to march through the streets of the Jo'burg city centre against e-tolling.
The ANC has asked the Democratic Alliance to abandon its "mind-boggling" decision to march on Cosatu's head office in the Johannesburg city centre.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions says it will continue its fight against the e-tolling project until the tolls have "finally been scrapped".
The SA National Roads has been interdicted and restrained from levying and collecting tolls, the High Court in Pretoria ruled on Saturday.
Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says he won't meet Democratic Alliance MP Lindiwe Mazibuko to discuss a proposed youth wage subsidy.
Cosatu has said it is not in disarray after an advert in the Sowetan by Numsa dealt with federation leader Zwelinzima Vavi's succession.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has called on unions to focus on the issues and not use strikes to further the call for a ban on labour brokers.
President Jacob Zuma needs to allay fears the country is fast becoming a "corruption-ridden banana republic", Cosatu has said.
The huge pay hikes of SA's top 40 executives (an average increase of over 23%) are unacceptable while workers fight for reasonable wages, says Cosatu.
President Jacob Zuma's announcement of a "new trajectory for land reform in South Africa" is nothing new, according to trade unionists.
The "real left" will close ranks against right-wing demagogues who try to mobilise the youth using pseudo-left rhetoric, Cosatu and the SACP say.
Cosatu has threatened to challenge the "secrecy" Bill in court if it is passed without changes to ensure transparency and protect whistle-blowers.