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Truant union leader ‘too sick’ to teach

A Port Elizabeth school is livid with its absent principal, who is well enough to punt a new union but is yet to show up at school.

Plans to form rival to Cosatu gain impetus

Disgruntled union leaders are working to form a new federation after the expulsion of Numsa, Cosatu's largest affiliate.

Ousted Sadtu members look to form new trade union

Expelled and suspended members of the South African Democratic Teachers’ Union have resolved to form a trade union open to all public sector workers.

Sadtu members: ‘Vavi allies are being purged’

Suspended teacher union members insist their removal ahead of key conferences is a ploy by a Cosatu faction.

A watershed moment for Sadtu

Sadtu's call to members to examine their role in delivering education is a sea change in attitude.

Sadtu boss in hot water over info Bill

Thobile Ntola, the president of Sadtu, criticised the info Bill publicly without debating it within the teachers' union, leaders say.

Ntola still head of class

The president of Sadtu has faced weeks of conflict, violence and condemnation, but remains committed to furthering working-class interests.

DA: Make teaching an essential service

The DA on Monday renewed its call for teaching to be declared an essential service and urged teachers belonging to Sadtu to resign from the union.

‘We’ll accept’, says Sadtu firebrand

One of Sadtu's most militant leaders, Ronald Nyathi, has indicated that the teacher's strike could be soon be over because his region has accepted the state's revised wage offer.

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