TRANSPORT AND GENERAL WORKERS UNION
|Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you for your letter and the newspaper cutting, showing Bill Morris, our Transport and General Workers Union secretary, lurking in your Sunday papers. We are pleased that he has visited your country, and spoken to your trade union members.
|Ilizwi labasenzi kuqoqosho (article written in Xhosa language)|
|Security guards strike: industrial council victory for TGWU|
|Chris Dlamini renews call for unity|
|TGWU joins international federation|
|Wages talks grind to a halt|
|Municipal workers march|
|Normans Transport victory for TGWU|
|Overworked freight drivers stop work|
|Motorvia workers strike blow against exploitation|
|Little joy at Putco|
|Transport workers flock in||
Goods transport workers are flocking to the Transport and General Workers Union and in the past four months the union has won a majority at eight new Transvaal companies.
|R6 million pay out||
There was great excitement in all Putco depots on July 19 when the company paid out over R6 million in backpay to workers.
|TGWU signs first agreement with transport company|
|Two year recognition battle won||
The Transport and General Workers Union has finally won its two year recognition struggle with PUTCO with the signing of an agreement which will give it immediate recognition at the depots where the union has 50 per cent membership.
|Turning the wheels|
|Truckers strike to win rights to national negotiations|
|TGWU speaks about AIDS|