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Sdumo Dlamini gains majority support

There was a claim by the president of COSATU – S’dumo Dlamini that metalworkers union NUMSA is trying to destroy the trade union federation. He spoke at the COSATU special national congress in Midrand, after the conference finally got going last night.

S’dumo Dlamini seems to have the support of the majority of people there Stephen Grootes speaks about how was his speech received, as well as the outcomes of the COSATU congress.

Govan Whittles reports below:

Stephen also speaks to Katishi Masemola of the Food and Allied Workers Union about the congress:


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