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Memorandum on Post-Provisioning Pickets
Our campaign against the current Post-provisioning model started far back as 2006, a year preceding the 2007 watershed ANC National Conference. We are deliberately mentioning this conference because the very same model we are fighting against was discussed and resolved that it needed to be improved.
SADTU North West media statement on the MTT Report
The SADTU North West Provincial Working Committee in its meeting, held on the 16 May 2016 noted with a debilitating discontent, the conduct by the Ministerial Task Team in collaboration with media on the alleged Cash- For - Post myth.
The MTT report - a deliberate trial through the court of public opinion
SADTU has noted that once again the Minesterial Task Team on the "cash for jobs scandal" has been leaked to the media even before the process has been completed. This is despite the fact that the Unions and other stakeholders were given a coded report for tracking purposes and it was made clear that it was not meant for public consumption until all the procedural steps had been undertaken.
SADTU says the DA has no respect for the law, human rights and black leaders
The South African Democratic Teachers Union has always avoided engaging in sparring matches with political parties and has therefore always shunned from responding to comments made by political parties against SADTU. However it appears that SADTU`s decision to give respect to all political parties including those it fundamentally disagrees with, is interpreted as a license by the Democratic Alliance to take out its political frustrations on SADTU and its members.
Speech delivered by Mugwena Maluleke, the Vice President for EI on the World Teachers Day hosted by Department of Education of the Kwazulu-Natal, Durban
We bring you warm greetings from the more than 32 million teachers and education personnel in the world. We are truly humbled by your presence in this celebration hosted by the DOE in the beautiful province of KZN.
Speech delivered by the General Secretary Cde Mugwena Maluleke of SADTU at the opening of the Sports Festival
SADTU celebrates 25 years of existence on the 6th October this year. This giant was born in 1990 to liberate the teachers from yoke of apartheid. To liberate our country from Bantu education. To liberate our young people and adults from ignorance. Looking back on our rich history- our heroic struggles, our accomplishments, our proudest moments and challenging moments- and celebrating how far we have come as well as what the future holds.
SADTU Village Sod Turning, Speech by Cde Thulas Nxesi MP
It gives me great pleasure to participate in this auspicious occasion – the SADTU-SIHOLD Joint Sod-Turning Ceremony. This represents the culmination of 5 years of very careful planning and martialling of resources. Today marks the symbolic start of the building phase, when we begin to see the realisation of an ambitious vision for the construction of the SADTU Village – a purpose-built national office, training institute, conference centre and 250-bed residential complex.
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 )
SADTU members in a march to Union Buildings, Pretoria. 24/04/2013