Zuma in Tshwane for Workers' Day

2016-05-01 07:26
Each new week seems to bring another scandal around President Jacob Zuma. (Photo: GCIS)

Each new week seems to bring another scandal around President Jacob Zuma. (Photo: GCIS)

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Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma is expected to attend a Cosatu Workers' Day rally at Moretele Park in Mamelodi, Tshwane on Sunday.

In a statement, the ANC wished workers “a successful and happy” Workers' Day.

“May Day is marked internationally to honour workers for their struggles to achieve conducive working environments and fair wages,” the statement said.

The Cosatu theme for the holiday is: "Celebrating 30 Years and Defending Collective Bargaining, Workers, Jobs and Rights".

ANC national officials and National Executive Committee members are expected to deliver messages of support at the various Cosatu rallies to be held across the country on Sunday.

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