|COSATU Congress 1987|
Cosatu News, published by COSATU, the Congress of South African Trade Unions, documents the struggle of workers to gain power in the workplace in order to improve wages and work conditions and ultimately to replace capitalism with socialism.
|Dunlop Battle: 2 000 workers fight for their rights|
|Employers' force breaks sit-in|
|Fact Paper on Employer and Employee Relationships and Low Wage Structure Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1972||
Fact Paper on Employer and Employee Relationships and Low Wage Structure Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 17 October 1972, discussing: Employer and employee relations, wages, worker's rights, black labour, human relations, private enterprise, job reservation, apprenticeship, edu
|Guatemalan workers fight for union rights at Coca Cola factory|
|How to form a factory committee|
|Jaguar workers stage mass walk-out||
About 200 Jaguar shoe workers recently staged a mass walkout of a meeting called by the TUCSA affiliated National Union of Leatherworkers.
|Labour action: general|
|Labour and labour laws in South Africa|
|Law removes our rights|
|Let workers join the union of their choice|
After reaching a deadlock and having to go to arbitration the FOSATU affiliate Western Province Motor Assembly Workers Union and Leyland reached a new agreement covering the Cape plants.
|Long bitter struggle at Frame has ended||
The longest recognition struggle in South African labour history has come to an end. Nearly 2 000 National Union of Textile Worker members at the giant Frametex mill, the heart of the Frame complex at New Germany near Pinetown, now have the right to be represented by their union.
|Maternity benefits in other countries|
|NACTU: Workers` charter on health and safety - 1988|
|No freedom in this meat Enterprise|
|No turning back|
|Rainbow workers not guilty|