SWEET FOOD AND ALLIED WORKERS UNION
|"Pathetic" wages increased|
|500 brewery workers demand higher wages|
|Bakers strike ends in victory||
One thousand workers in Bakers' Isando and Pinetown factories ended their two week legal strike with a taste of victory.
|Biscuit council crumbles|
|Biscuit union crumbles as workers leave to join SFAWU||
For the past three years support for TUCSA's National Union of Operative Biscuit Makers and Packers has been crumbling.
|Food workers issue call for unity||
In building a workers' movement in South Africa, unity is essential, Chris Dlamini, the president of both FOSATU and Sweet Food and Allied Workers Union, told a crowded annual general meeting on February 9.
|FWN speaks to SFAWU secretary|
|KDC's minimum doubled||
Due to the campaigning of Sweet Food and Allied Workers Union members, the KwaZulu Development Corporation has nearly doubled the minimum wage of all its workers.
|Latest wage increases|
|Major breakthrough at Congella Brewery|
|Meat bosses crack|
|New bargaining forum in biscuit industry|
|New office bearers elected||
Chris Dhlamini, chairman of the Transvaal region has been elected as FOSATU's new national president.
|New sugar industry negotiating group||
A new negotiating committee has been established in the sugar industry in Natal giving the Sweet Food and Allied Workers Union a firm foot hold in the industry.
|Premier tussles with SFAWU||
The Sweet Food and Allied Workers Union has accused the Premier Group of shifting production from one factory to another in order to crush union organisation.
|SFAWU branch opening|
|SFAWU tames Simba lion|
|SFAWU: brewery workers victory|
|Stubborn firm takes back fired workers|