Incensed Cosatu talks tough on ANC (again)

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Cosatu and other unions embarked on a national strike on Wednesday. Thousands of members marched to the Treasury’s offices in Pretoria to air their grievances. The protest related to corruption, the state of the nation and government failures Picture: Rosetta Msimango
Cosatu and other unions embarked on a national strike on Wednesday. Thousands of members marched to the Treasury’s offices in Pretoria to air their grievances. The protest related to corruption, the state of the nation and government failures Picture: Rosetta Msimango

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“Take our concerns seriously or lose our members’ support in the 2021 local government elections.”

This was the warning given to the ANC by exasperated Cosatu president Zingiswa Losi as the trade union federation this week took its demands for a clean government, salary increases and the creation of employment to the streets.

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