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    Scared or compromised ANC leaders seem ready for collective suicide, says Solly Moeng.

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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.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: New federation must fight to stop new age of barbarism

Mar 16 2017 16:11

If workers cannot turn the tide and fight back against their appalling conditions of life, we shall slide into a new age of barbarism, warns Patrick Craven.

Inside Labour

Inside labour: Split shift proposal is 'irresponsible and dangerous'

Mar 10 2017 07:04

Living conditions can be bought with decent wages, but working conditions are another matter and in the bus transport sector, can have wide-ranging consequences, says Terry Bell.


The phoney land grab call

Mar 05 2017 08:42

Were he alive today, Arthur Chaskalson, our first chief justice, would probably be having a near apoplectic fit at the debate about expropriation of land with compensation, writes Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Workers must unite against xenophobia

Mar 03 2017 05:00

Far from solving problems, attacks on foreigners open the way for even more exploitation by employers who like nothing better than a divided working class, says Patrick Craven.

Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: Bus safety concerns us all

Mar 09 2017 05:00

Unions deserve widespread support in their drive to ensure safe working conditions and avoid 16-hour shifts for bus drivers now in deadlocked talks, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: A budget by any other name would smell the same

Feb 24 2017 05:00

The government should scrap VAT - a tax that penalises the poor - and abolish income tax for those earning less than R500 000 a year, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Labour Wrap: A budget by any name would smell the same

Feb 23 2017 05:00

Finance ministers and governments apply variations of the same policy remedies to the same problems time and again, seeming to expect a different result, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Living wages versus poverty wages

Feb 17 2017 05:01

The demand for a living minimum wage is not a plea for charity but for workers to get back a bigger share of the wealth their labour creates, says Patrick Craven.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: State of the unions: lessons to be learned

Feb 10 2017 05:01

The reinstatement of a union's registrar has highlighted areas of deep concern to the labour movement, not the least being political interference, says Terry Bell.

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Labour Wrap: The state of the unions and union capture

Feb 09 2017 05:01

The case of union Ceppwawu being placed under curatorship provides a worrying insight into the state of the unions and the dangers of capture, says Terry Bell.


Facing the real state of nations

Feb 07 2017 05:01

We live in a time of uncertainty when demagogues and ambitious populists jockey for power with politicians desperate to cling on to challenged authority, says Terry Bell.

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