Trade union federation Cosatu and its president, Sdumo Dlamini, seem to be at odds over its responsibilities to its members, versus what the ANC wants.
The trade union federation and key Tripartite Alliance partner has made it clear that Cyril Ramaphosa, not Jacob Zuma, is invited to address members going forward.
Zuma’seems to be on a mission to cripple the Tripartite Alliance in the run-up to the 2019 elections.
Blade has spoken out yet again…
Talk to the ruling party and you might find a willing ear, but don’t you dare shout.
You knew this was coming…
Monday’s worker’s day celebration, attended by Zuma against the will of the Tripartite Alliance, ended before it really even got off the ground.
The latest backlash against South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma sees demands for his removal grow wider and deeper than ever before.
Things get even worse for Zuma, is it enough to get rid of him?
They don’t sound too happy…
The trade union and key Tripartite Alliance partner wants social development minister Bathabile Dlamini fired, and unionists aren’t backing down.
Trade Union and key tripartite alliance member Cosatu has called for minister of social development Bathabile Dlamini get booted from cabinet.
Many think it’s far too low. Do we still have a long way to go?
Not so much fun when old alliance partners turn on you, it is?
The finance minister has assured South Africans that things are looking up.
Metalworkers union Numsa on Tuesday criticised Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa for trying to legislate what it calls “slave wages for blacks and Africans”.
Trade union Cosatu has slammed the government for developing projects like the Gautrain and bicycle lanes for whites, while poor black people spend up to a third of their income on transport.
Miners, farm works, retail and commercial workers, security guards, nurses, teachers, police and all other workers who belong to Cosatu will all embark on strike action next month.
Cosatu has condemned and alleged incident where three white students poured urine over a black, female security guard after she insisted they show their access cards in order to leave campus.
Cosatu general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali believes that, should the ANC get rid of Zuma before his term ends, the party would be left ‘bleeding’. Uhm… sure.
S’dumo Dlamini believes it’s up to Zuma whether or not he needs help paying the proposed R7.8 million for the non-security upgrades to his private homestead.
According to Cosatu, the recent struggles against Ireland might all be down to an act of sabotage from white players.
The Tripartite Alliance stands on a knife-edge as its largest and most powerful member, Cosatu, is losing patience with the ANC government.
South Africa is in currently at risk of a food shortage, but Cosatu reckons there are some dodgy dealings going on.