Our Presiding Officers

President Godfrey Selematsela & Deputy President Martle Keyter

 

FEDUSA’s establishment is very closely related to the fact that a growing number of employees from all walks of life felt the need for a much stronger, party-politically independent, non racial and stable trade union federation with unions who can advance the interests of employees and of the economy of South Africa in an independent and responsible manner.

About FEDUSA

A major change in the South African trade union balance took place with the establishment of a new trade union federation with over 515 000 members. The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) was established on 1 April 1997 by the amalgamation of two federations, namely Federation of South African Labour Unions (FEDSAL) and Federation of Organisations Representing Civil Employees (FORCE).

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General Secretary Dennis George, shares FEDUSA’s views on the recent budget speech which was presented in Parliament in February 2017.

General Secretary Dennis George reacts to latest Cabinet Reshuffle,

Let’s take a look at Federation of Unions of South African (fedusa) s reaction General Secretary, Dennis George joined us to discuss this important matter

Deputy General Secretary Riefdah Ajam, shares her views on Trade union FEDUSA has signing the national minimum wage agreement and says it’s a step in the right direction towards eliminating poverty. FEDUSA says it hopes the national minimum wage will go ahead as planned, despite some unions not signing the agreement.