The national budget is government’s most important economic policy instrument. In the past, it has not catered for women’s interests. …
Pat Horn recently visited West Africa, where she investigated a new type of trade unionism.
The Employment Standards Bill seeks to establish basic workplace rights. Melanie Samson points to the danger of women’s rights being …
Owen Crankshaw’s research suggests that COSATU’s traditional membership base is being undermined by changes in the labour market.
Monique Marks looks at unions, labour relations and transformation within the South African Police Service.
Kally Forrest reports on the recent truckers’ strike.
Grace Seboleleng Khunou, SADTU Provincial Media Coordinator and school principal, talks to Deanne Collins and William Matlala.
Women’s health and safety problems are closely related to their socio-political status. Sophia Kisting examines the problems and suggests strategies …