SATAWU

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SATAWUSouth African Transport and Allied Workers Union
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Lethuli however noted that SATAWU had not yet seen any such evidence proving the airline's claims of catering fraud and said that the union believed it was a tactic by Mango to hire staff from recently liquidated 1time Airline.
The largest union in the private security sector is SATAWU, which is affiliated with the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU).
A one-day nationwide stoppage is currently planned by members of SATAWU on 6 March if no progress is made in talks.
According to Satawu general secretary Randall Howard, however, the concession plan has not even been considered by parliament or the National Economic Development and Labour Council.
-- on February 5, South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATAWU) dockworkers refused to offfload a ship carrying Israeli goods;
The investigation was launched after SATAWU issued a formal complaint alleging "mismanagement" by Ngqula.
SATAWU, among other complaints, claimed that SAA has failed to pay its members annual retention premiums that have been paid out in past years.
In February, weeks after the end of Israel's bloodbath in Gaza, the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATAWU) made history when it refused to offload an Israeli ship in Durban.Aa In April, the Scottish Trade Union Congress followed the lead of the South African trade union federation, COSATU, and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions in adopting BDS against Israel to bring about its compliance with international law.Aa In May, the University and College Union (UCU), representing some 120,000 British academics, reiterated its annual support for the logic of boycott against Israel, calling for organizing an inter-union BDS conference later this year to discuss effective strategies for implementing the boycott.Aa
"The pledge by the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATAWU) members in Durban reflects the commitment by South African workers to refuse to support oppression and exploitation across the globe.
The South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATAWU), part of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) declared that they would no longer handle Israeli ships.