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Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: The ghastly reality on our roads

May 11 2017 05:00

With fake licences, lack of enforcement of existing rules and corruption at all levels, conditions for truck and bus drivers can be even worse than 25 years ago, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: A ‘broad church’ lesson from May Day

May 05 2017 05:00

The increasingly strident claim that the broad church of the ANC is the only true way forward to a future promised land is an indication of desperation, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: May Day’s crucial lesson

May 04 2017 05:00

Only one broad church is essential in a multi-party parliamentary democracy: an intensely democratic trade union movement that organises all workers as workers, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: The danger in unprincipled unity

Apr 28 2017 05:00

The call to rally around a flag, an individual, a label or a brand, and to follow blindly, has been heeded far too often in the recent past, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: When unity calls spell danger

Apr 27 2017 05:00

New trade federation Saftu epitomises the ongoing, slow implosion within the governing tripartite alliance, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Junk status, labour and fair trade

Apr 20 2017 15:24

It is time for a strong resurrection of the labour movement's demand for truly fair trade, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Zuma crisis exposes differing responses from unions

Apr 13 2017 05:00

SA's political crisis is as much a labour issue as union affairs, as workers will be worse off if the economy slides into recession on the junk downgrade, says Patrick Craven.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Union federation launch: a new wheel or a retread?

Apr 07 2017 05:00

Will the launch of South Africa’s fourth major labour federation prove to be a true watershed moment, or just a new variation onthe same old theme, asks Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: Demanding more than democratic rhetoric

Apr 06 2017 07:43

The launch of a new labour federation could forge a truly new, democratic way forward or establish yet another federation in the existing mould, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Save jobs but also improve quality of life

Mar 31 2017 05:02

Investment decisions should be based on a plan to eradicate the negative effects of dangerous products while creating jobs and improving workers' lives, says Patrick Craven.

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Inside Labour: Crucial role for unions in human rights

Mar 24 2017 05:02

If the unions wish to arrest their decline, they must fight for the rights of the more than 50% in a fundamentally wealthy country who remain mired in poverty, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: Unions, democracy and human rights

Mar 23 2017 05:02

"Union fatigue" can be countered by paying more than lip service to organising the currently unorganised and providing a proper service to all unionists, says Terry Bell.

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