ATUSWA Donates to Former Tex-ray Workers

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ATUSWA through its humanitarian department delivering food parcels to former Tex-Ray workers. The MP was also there in fulfilment of the notion that success have a Read more »

SMAWU declares war at ATUSWA

The interim order granting the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) powers to engage workers who are affected by the Swaziland Manufacturing and Allied Workers Union (SMAWU) and Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA) power wrangle seems to be of no effect as the war of words continues to rage.

Yesterday, SMAWU leaders led by Legal Advisor Shadrack Masuku, delivered a petition spelling it out that TUCOSWA was not welcome to engage their members and should instead, advise employers that they (SMAWU branch leaders) were mandated by workers to enter and conclude wage negotiations in different branches.

ATUSWA WELCOMES THE INTERIM ORDER ON ATUSWA VS “smawu” COURT CASE.

18 July 2017

ATUSWA WELCOMES THE INTERIM ORDER ON ATUSWA VS “smawu” COURT CASE.

The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland welcomes the Industrial Court Interim order which ensures that our members continue to enjoy adequate protection during the time our organization and those who call themselves “smawu” fight out the matter in Court. Read more »

ATUSWA ADD ONE MORE YEAR.

On this day, four years ago workers converged at the Salesian sports ground to endorse the formation of an amalgamated union in an endeavor Read more »

Open Letter to Sipho Tsabedze

TO THE COMMISSIONER OF LABOUR

An Open Letter to Sipho Tsabedze (Commissioner of Labour)

Mr. Commissioner

“continue to conduct investigations into interference and intimidation of trade unionists during legitimate and peaceful trade union activities and hold those responsible for violations accountable;” ILC 2016 Conclusions

As all countries of the world were preparing to go to Read more »

CHANGES IN THE NATIONAL LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE OF THE UNION.

20 April 2017

CHANGES IN THE NATIONAL LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE OF THE UNION.

After extensive consultations within the union, the National Office Bearers took a decision not to replace the former President of the Union (Justice Thintitha Mthethwa), who is no longer Read more »

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH VIOLATE RIGHTS OF WORKERS.

31 March 2017

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH VIOLATE RIGHTS OF WORKERS.

The Roman Catholic church in Swaziland which amongst its principles is to respect work and the worker violates workers’ rights at will. Workers working at the St Juliana’s Conference and Accommodation center Read more »

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 »

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