RACIST FASHION INTERNATIONAL DENY THEIR EMPLOYEES THEIR RIGHT TO ORGANIZE.

14 March 2017

RACIST FASHION INTERNATIONAL DENY THEIR EMPLOYEES THEIR RIGHT TO ORGANIZE.

Fashion International (PTY) LTD, a company which represents itself as a company that guarantees fair labour practice is actually the worst employer in the Textile and Apparel sector in Swaziland. This racist employer continues to Read more »

seiwu ATTEMPT TO POACH ATUSWA MEMBERS REJECTED

23 February 2017

On the 21st of February 2017, our organization got a report that one of the employer and Government sponsored organizations which parade itself as a workers’ union unsuccessfully tried to poach our members at Spintex Swaziland. This is the same organization which calls itself feswatu when its desperately wants to present itself as a Federation and when it realizes that its name (seiwu) is so tainted and raises eyebrows from workers who have heard horrible stories about how it conducts itself when “representing” workers and or representing employers. Read more »

ATUSWA WELCOMES CDE NHLANHLA TSABEDZE

ATUSWA WELCOMES NHLANHLA TSABEDZE AS AN ORGANIZER.
17 August 2016
It gives us pleasure to announce that Comrade Nhlanhla Benedict Tsabedze, a reputable trade union activist has joined the Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) as an organizer responsible for organizing. Cde Nhlanhla is a well-known trade Union agitator having worked Read more »

SADC SUMMIT HOTEL ILL-TREAT WORKERS

 

12 August 2016

BEHIND EVERY SMILE OF A WORKER IN THE SADC SUMMIT HOTEL ARE TEARS.

The Royal Swazi Hotel and Casino, a subsidiary of Sun International Limited, treat its workers in the most inhumane manner where the principles of equal pay for equal job done Read more »

ATUSWA TURNS THREE

On this day, the 07th of July 2013 workers of Swaziland employed in the Manufacturing and Processing, Mining and Quarrying, Commercial, Security, Hotel and Catering, Service and Textile and Apparel Industries converged to the Salesian Sports Ground in Manzini to launch the Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland in a historic event that shaped the future of trade unionism in Swaziland. Workers in one voice said “No more to spaza unions, no more to divisions within the Labour movement” but most of all workers said “forward to unity forward”.

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