MONTIGNY INVESTMENT STAND AGAINST THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RIGHTS.

18 June 2019

Montigny Investment Limited, a company that is owned by the Minister of Finance in the Kingdom of Eswatini stand opposed to the fundamental principles of human rights by tirelessly working on denying its employees the right to Freedom of Association. Montigny was financed and is co-owned Read more »

THE BIASED SWAZI OBSERVER CONTINUE TO SELL LIES ABOUT ATUSWA.

 

7th June 2019

It is disturbing and disheartening that the media, especially the Swazi Observer continue to paddle lies about our trade union organization, the Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland. The Swazi Observer has consistently told lies and presented it as truth despite that we have through the Secretary General of the union Cde Wonder Mkhonza denied having coerced Read more »

SEIWU HIRES MERCENARIES TO DEAL WITH ATUSWA’S SUPERIOR ORGANIZING CAPACITY.

03rd June 2019

 

On Friday the 31st of May 2019, the Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) leadership, officials and senior Shop Stewards were waylaid and assaulted by seiwu hired mercenaries whom most of them have never been employed in their entire lives.

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MONTIGNY, SEIWU AND POLICE ALLIANCE THREATEN ATUSWA OFFICIALS.

29 May 2019

While performing their core functions, the Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) officials were threatened with violence and forcefully removed from the gate of Montigny at Bhunya on the 28th of May 2019. First to charge towards the ATUSWA officials was a group of uncompromising Read more »

SWAZI WORKERS EMBRACE INDUSTRI-ALL

12 April 2019

 

On this day the 12th day of April 2019, Swazi workers organized under the Swaziland Electricity Supply, Maintenance and Allied Workers Union (SESMAWU) and the Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) welcomed the General Secretary and Sub-Sahara Africa Read more »

NEW YEAR STATEMENT BY THE AMALGAMATED TRADE UNION OF SWAZILAND (2019)

01 January 2019

NEW YEAR STATEMENT BY THE AMALGAMATED TRADE UNION OF SWAZILAND

A well-known American film critic writer Pauline Kael said – “Where there’s a will, there’s a way. If there is a chance in a million that you can do something, anything, to Read more »

ATUSWA’S INTEREST IN SMAWU AFFAIRS JUSTIFIED.

11 December 2018

The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) is not going to pretend that it does not have an interest in the affairs of SMAWU, a union that Amalgamated with others to form ATUSWA. The fact that the Industrial Court of Appeal confirmed that there was an amalgamation, but only find fault on the manner in which the amalgamation happened confirms that workers took a decision to unite under the banner of our glorious organization and that is where our interest lies. It must be emphasized that the individuals who took ATUSWA to court were and are not members of SMAWU but a group of hyenas that want to feast of the carcass of SMAWU and ultimately workers.
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STATEMENT OF ATUSWA ON THE JUDGEMENT OF THE INDUSTRIAL COURT OF APPEAL.

25 October 2018

On the 24th of October 2018, the leadership of the union received a judgement of Industrial Court of Appeal under case No. 06/2018, a matter between smawu and ATUSWA. This was as a result of an appeal that was noted after the Industrial Court of Swaziland dismissed an application by a group of individuals who took ATUSWA to court after they were disciplined by the union and in response sought to undo the gains that have been made by workers. Read more »

SWAZI AFRICA COMES TO ITS SENSES.

18 October 2018

The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland welcomes the decision of Swazi Africa (PTY) LTD of accepting to implement the 11 percent wage increase as agreed between our glorious worker organization and various Textile and Apparel Industry employers in September 2018. Our members at Swazi Africa were left out on the agreed increases as a result of the fact that the company was ill-advised by fake lawyers and or labour consultants who advised same that the recognition agreement entered into between the company and SPRAWU, a union which amalgamated with others to form ATUSWA was null and void. The legally flawed advice was that since SPRAWU is defunct, Read more »

ATUSWA / GARMENT INDUSTRY, JOINT NEGOTIATIONS FORUM INCREASE WAGES BY 11 PERCENT.

 

26 September 2018

The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) together with the employers under the Textile and Apparel industry who employ over 13000 workers combined, have taken a giant step towards the formation of a Joint Negotiations Council after concluding a Read more »

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