THE STATEMENT OF THE NEW FEDERATION RESPONSE TO THE 2017 STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS
STATE OF THE NATIONAL ADDRESS 2017: WHAT PRESIDENT ZUMA SHOULD BE SAYING TO THE SOUTH AFRICAN WORKING CLASS AND THE POOR.
We are under no illusions. The State of the Nation Address (SONA) will not serve theRead More
NEW FEDERATION STATEMENT ON THE BUDGET SPEECH 2017
The Minister will certainly earn respect for articulating the structural crisis of unemployment, poverty and inequality,Read More
DOWN-GRADING OF SOUTH AFRICA TO ‘JUNK’ STATUS
Standard & Poors has turned what was already a major national crisis into a potential catastrophe.Read More
OUT OF THE ASHES OF THE OLD EMERGES A NEW FORCE FOR CHANGE!
On Saturday 4th February from 10am, up to 1000 shop stewards and worker activists will be gathering at the Wembley Stadium (160 Malborough street, Springfield Johannesburg) to launch the Gauteng Shop Steward Council of the New Trade Union Federation that is being inaugurated in March. This
DON’T MOAN! DON’T MOURN! ORGANISE! MOBILISE!
A nation that is confronted with the neo liberal policies of the ANC government. The policies that have increased poverty, that ensures that working class children cannot go to university because of high fees, one that sees causualisation and job losses being the order of the day.
SAFTU shocked at latest corruption revelations
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) has noted with shock the revelation by former Mineral Resources Minister, Ngoako Ramatlhodi, that Eskom’s Chairman, Ben Ngubane, and recently reinstated Chief Executive, Brian Molefe, tried to get him to suspend the mining licenses in South Africa of the Swiss-based commodities company Glencore, in order to pave the way for the Gupta family to buy a company they owned.Read document
WORKER CONTROLLED, NON ALIGNED AND DEMOCRATIC