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SADTU in KwaZulu-Natal to use television to develop teachers
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU), with partners including Mindset, Telkom, Unkunzi, Hauwei, HP, Vortex, Cyberschool, Technology and 247 Technologies, will on Thursday (24 July 2014) officially launch a teacher development television programme in KwaZulu Natal.
SADTU, SIHOLD AND Office of Emalahleni mayor to celebrate Nelson Mandela day
SADTU’s investment company, SIHOLD,and the Union have joined the call by the Nelson Mandela Foundation to devote 67 minutes of their time in helping others to mark Nelson Mandela Day on Friday, 18 July at KwaGuqa in Emalahleni.
SADTU reacts to the Basic Education vote speech
SADTU has welcomed the Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga`s budget vote which has highlighted, amongst others, the following: An increase of the budget by R2 billion from last year. This shows that government is still committed towards making education an apex priority. The Department`s efforts towards making history a compulsory subject is encouraging. We agree with Minister Motshekga when she says, "A country that chooses to hide its heritage and historical footprints from its children takes the risk of
SADTU’S expectations from the basic education budget
SADTU is looking forward to the tabling of the Department of Basic Education Budget vote by honorable Minister for Basic Education Department Angie Motshekga in parliament this afternoon. The demands of quality public education require that the budget provides for the following which are long overdue: Increased budget for teacher training and development;
Retire or Resign with GEPF: What you need to know
GEPF has very strict rules about the benefits it must pay to its members, pensioners and beneficiaries. These rules are set out in a law (an Act of Parliament, approved and signed into law by the President) called the Government Employees Pension (or GEP) Law or the Regulations as negotiated in the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) for post-retirement medical benefits. This Law and its rules explain how GEPF must collect money from contributing members and employers, how this money must be invested and how it must be paid out to those who are eligible for benefits.
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Speech by SADTU Deputy President Magope Maphila during Funeral of Poobie Naicker (former Deputy President of SADTU)
Before I start, let me acknowledge the following: Edwin Pillay(once a Deputy President of SADTU ), Cde Harold Samuels (The longtime friend of Cde Poobie and the first Treasurer of SADTU at its formation in 1990) Cde Randall Van Den Heever (the first General Secretary of SADTU )
Input by Comrade Thulas Nxesi MP, Minister of Public Works (and former General Secretary of SADTU)
My sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Poobi Naicker. It is an honour for me to stand here to say a few words about my long-time friend and comrade. Thank you for inviting me.
Address by COSATU President, Sidumo Dlamini, at the SADTU National General Council held from the 25th - 27th October at Premier Hotel, OR Tambo, Kempton Park
The 1st Deputy President of SADTU who is current the acting President The National Office Bearers of SADTU The entire leadership of SADTU from various levels of the organisation The leadership of the federation present here today The Alliance leadership present Comrades delegates,
Message of Support from the South African Communist Party - by Comrade Thulas Nxesi, Deputy National Chairperson of SACP
Let me begin with revolutionary greetings from the 13th Congress Central Committee of the South African Communist Party.
SADTU members in a march to Union Buildings, Pretoria. 24/04/2013