South Africa: EXCELLENT: Turbulent Times for Trade Unions in a Difficult Economic and Political Environment – My Comments


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[These Trade Unions are Communist, and they are for Blacks and they are anti-White. It delights me to see that they're in for a hard time. LOVELY STUFF! Jan]

Riefdah Ajam is the general secretary of the Federation of Unions of South Africa, Fedusa.

The challenging conditions that existed over the past decade and longer have certainly set back the fight by trade unions for decent work and a living wage. But hard campaigning by organised labour has brought about some positive changes in the lives of many vulnerable workers.

In the wake of May Day 2022, it is clear the labour movement is experiencing turbulent times on a number of fronts. In particular, there are the job losses in an economy made worse by the Covid-19 pandemic in a society that is already recognised as the most unequal in the world.

Trade unions too, both internationally and locally, have lost ground over a number of years. Some of the contributing factors in South Africa have been a direct result of government’s economic and industrial policies. The 1996 Growth Employment and Redistribution (Gear) policy in particular began a series of measures that led to economic growth, but where job creation was initially stagnant before the government’s ongoing trade liberalisation saw millions of workers in the industrial sectors lose their jobs.

The periods of exploitative practices by labour brokers before…


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6 Pics: When South Africa was White and VIBRANT! - The Hanging building!
This building still exists in Johannesburg. It was already built and looking great in the mid-1980s when I came to work in Johannesburg. Someone back then told me that the floors of this building are hanging. I did not quite know what to think of it, but its design is strange and when you look at the bottom, youll see the whole building is held up by a central column. (Just like those buildings of 911).

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