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SACP: Our Zuma mistake

The SACP, regretful it created a cult around Zuma, is heading for a tripartite alliance meeting divided over what position to take.

New hope for peace in Cosatu?

New National Union of Mineworkers general secretary David Sipunzi wants to rebuild bridges within the fractured trade union federation.

Cosatu issues ultimatum to rebel unions

The trade union federation has told rebel unions to attend central executive committee meetings or face expulsion.

Cowed NUM licks its wounds

The metalworkers' union, bleeding members and money, is electing leaders who will have to stop the rot.

The ANC is ignoring its own moral police

The ruling party admits that it has heeded only one recommendation of its much-vaunted integrity commission that was set up in 2013.

Cosatu affiliates boycott labour federation’s CEC meeting

Three Cosatu affiliates have accused Sdumo Dlamini of using a CEC meeting to further their own agenda and have decided to boycott it.

Union billions at heart of battle

Divisions in the Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers' Union over investments and a trust for members have spilled into court.

Cosatu ‘ignored’ ANC advice on healing rift

The NEC has said the trade union federation divisions remained unresolved because the factions ignored the recommendations of the ANC task team.

ANC Women’s League’s finances are ‘healthy’

The treasurer says she has personally raised R40m for the ANC Women's League coffers.

Cosatu-affiliated union’s future in question

The labour department wants the troubled Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers' Union to be put under administration.

Cosatu special congress won’t elect new leaders

Cosatu boss Sdumo Dlamini says the rebel unions had only identified unity and cohesion as issues they want to be addressed, not electing new leaders.

ANC factionalism tears at eThekwini in fight for top seat

"Post-1994 some people are joining [the ANC] because of material [things], love for positions and basking in glory," worries KZN premier Senzo Mchunu.

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