Carefully analyzing the changes that characterize workersa political orientations, this study considers the results of a survey of the political attitudes of members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) undertaken prior to South Africaas third democratic general election in 2004. Key issuesasuch as internal union and parliamentary democracy, black empowerment, and the marginalization of women within the trade union movementaare discussed in relation to the working-class politics and the democratic transformation of South Africa. The findings of two previous surveys, conducted before the before the elections of 1994 and 1999, are also included.Cosatu Workersa#39; Political Attitudes in South Africa Sakhela Buhlungu ... Printing, Wood and Allied Workersa#39; Union (CEPPWAWU) x, 62-63, 182 child and disability grants 35 child maintenance grants ... Constitution 85, 221 Constitutional Court 24 , 84 Construction and Allied Workersa#39; Union (CAWU) 139 corruption 202, 221, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Trade Unions and Democracy|
|Publisher||:||HSRC Press - 2006|