GAWU

AcronymDefinition
GAWUGeneral Agricultural Workers Union (Ghana)
GAWUGeneral and Allied Workers' Union (est. 1987; South Africa)
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Dreams nearly equalized after a brilliant free kick from Eric Gawu was brilliantly tipped off by the impressive Richmond Ayi.
(21) After a decade of painstaking organizational capacity-building work and deepening political engagement, negotiations in the trade union movement during the tumultuous 1980s led to the creation in 1987 of two large new unions: the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union of South Africa (ACTWUSA) and the Garment and Allied Workers' Union (GAWU).
GAWU was the product of a merger in December 1987 between the Garment Workers' Union-Western Province and the Natal-based Garment Workers' Industrial Union.
She said that Abaji Area Council had two additional centres in Yaba and Gawu Local Education Authority (LEA) primary schools to cater for the Yaba, Gurdi and Gawu wards.
His displays, known as Gawu, are made from tens of thousand of aluminium bottle tops and wrappers woven together.
While Parading the suspects before newsmen at Gawu Babangida Police Division of Gurara Council Area of Niger State on Friday night, the FPRO said they were arrested by men of the STS following a tip off which eventually paid off.
In another, called Gawu, the Ghanaian artist El Anatsui made giant ``cloths'' from thousands of flattened liquor bottle tops found by the artist around Nsukka, Nigeria.