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Cosatu and the ANC are bedfellows, and the federation's discontent with the consequences of the governing party's decisions and policies must necessarily come across as crocodile tears, says Solly Moeng. 

When one mentions Cosatu, many people rush to draw a distinction between the ordinary members who make monthly contributions to cushion the lifestyles of union bosses, on the one hand; and seemingly well-paid labour union leaders who appear unaffected by the material consequences of protracted strikes often organised by said unions, on the other.

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