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South African Labour Bulletin is a bi-monthly popular journal that comes in a well illustrated, lively format which is quick to read and easy to handle. It provides cutting edge information and critical analysis and debate on a wide range of social issues including on labour, politics, economics, health, education, sport, youth, women, HIV/AIDS, the environment, culture as well as reviews of new books. Its readers include trade unionists, researchers, academics, students, members of the business community, government and a wide international audience. You can subscribe to receive the Bulletin every two months in hard copy or electronically. Should you require more information, please contact us at: salb@icon.co.za


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Below is a free access to the editorial of the latest South Africa Labour Bulletin and one of our main features.

SALB Vol 37 Number 5, January/February 2014

From the Editor - Elijah Chiwota

At its special national congress the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) announced that it would not endorse the African National Congress (ANC) as the party of choice for its members nor campaign for it. However, it was up to its members to make that decision, it said. It would also stop paying subscriptions to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) until the proposed special national congress for the federation was convened. This was a departure from the blanket support that the union used to give to the ANC in past elections...Read more

Don’t let politicians get away with murder!

Why was the African National Congress (ANC) deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, and National Planning Commission (NPC) chairperson, Trevor Manuel, disrupted when they spoke at the Great Hall at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits). Claire Ceruti and Luke Sinwell explain. Read more

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