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SALB Vol 38 Number 1, May/June 2014
ith the return of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi to office after an eight-month suspension, most hope that the federation’s warring parties will bury their hatchets. This follows a judgment delivered in the South Gauteng High Court which ruled that the suspension was ‘invalid, unlawful and of no force or effect’ and that Cosatu had flouted its own constitution when it suspended Vavi....Read more
Twenty years after democracy South Africa is experiencing a perfect storm of crises, the product of a number of simultaneous, deep-rooted, structural crises: political, economic, labour and social. These crises may be sign that the country’s social and political power is going through change writes William Gumede. Read more
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