January 30, 2020

SAFTU rejects insulting 5% increase in the national minimum wage

The South African Federation of Trade Unions is angry, though not surprised, by the pathetic offer from the National Minimum Wage Commission of a miserly 5% […]
January 30, 2020

SAFTU condemns Trump’s plan for Israel

The South African Federation of Trade Unions angrily condemns the ‘peace plan’ for Israel announced by US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. […]
January 23, 2020

SAFTU statement on the withdrawal of the appointment letter of its former Spokesperson: Mr Ntozakhe Douglas Mthukwane

SAFTU appointed Mr Ntozakhe Douglas Mthukwane on the 01 October 2019 to the position of the National Spokesperson, pending security and background check. The first check […]
January 17, 2020

SAFTU statement on the decision of the SA Reserve Bank to cut interests rate by 0.25%

The South African Federation of Trade Unions – SAFTU rejects the decisions of the SA Reserve Bank Monetary Policy as being too little too late. SAFTU […]