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24 April 2017

 

Min Wage

 

The call to reject the hard won national minimum wage of R3500 by the new federation launched at the weekend under the leadership of Zwelinzima Vavi can hardly be described as the dawn of a new era for workers in South Africa nor acting in their best interest, the Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) has noted.

“As FEDUSA we are only acutely aware that R3500 a month is not a living wage but in a country with one of the highest wage inequalities in the world, this minimum wage will help lift millions of workers who earn far below this amount out of wage poverty,” FEDUSA General Secretary Dennis George said.

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18 April 2017

 

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The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) has objected to the choice of a name for the new labour federation, the South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) on the grounds that SAFTU closely resembles FEDUSA’s name. FEDUSA has subsequently instructed its attorneys, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyer Inc., to communicate a letter of demand to SAFTU’s leader Zwelinzima Vavi, to change their name, which has been added to the Register of Federations of Trade Unions by the Minister of Labour Relations, with effect from 23 March 2017, failing which FEDUSA will approach the Labour Court for relief.

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FEDUSA is the largest politically non-aligned trade union federation in South Africa and represents a diverse membership from a variety of sectors in industry.  See www.fedusa.org.za for more information.

 

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