NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE AND ALLIED WORKERS UNION
|1 000 workers in three major cities go on strike|
|Alfa tries to kill Union|
|Auto union improves ityre industry`s "dismal" wages|
|CHT workers taken back|
|Council's wages bettered||
Within six weeks of gaining recognition at Leyland SA's warehouse and repair shop in Elandsfontein, NAAWU negotiated a new wage deal for its members at the plant.
|Elections reviewed: 10 unionists detained during pamphlet drive|
|Motor merger slammed|
|NAAWU honours leader||
Brother Arthur van Wyk, who recently retired from General Motors after 25 years service, was presented with an honorarium at a meeting of NAAWU's National Executive Council in March.
|NAAWU slams employers` plan to "erode" wages|
|NAAWU takes historic step|
|Petrol bombs hit unionists' homes||
Petrol bombs were thrown at the homes of two VW full time shop stewards in the early hours of Monday July 30. VW branch chairman John Gomomo told FOSATU Worker News that he had woken up at about two because his baby had been coughing.
|Renault steward released after four-month detention|
|Romeo`s changed heart|
|Rowen's strike clause||
Jacobs motor component manufacturers, Rowen, and the National Automobile and Allied Workers Union have signed a unique strike agreement.
|Solidarity with striking GM workers|
|The fight for a living wage|
|The shrinking car industry|
|Tussle at VW over tour kombis||
The All Blacks rugby tour was called off in July just a week before the team was due to leave New Zealand. It was determined protest and resistance to the tour by people here and overseas which led to the cancellation.