|NEHAWU struggles for union recognition, a living wage and a free and democratic South Africa. NEHAWU members faced brutal repression from the apartheid regime which saw the union as a direct challenge to its control of the public service. In other sectors, bitter struggles were fought against employers with reactionary practices like the Lifecare Group, Clinic Holdings, various old age homes, universities and technikons.
The battle cry of NEHAWUs national strike in 1992 was Wawutshelwe ubani ukuthi I-NEHAWU ifile? Who told you that NEHAWU is dead? This slogan highlights the unions will to survive.
|Website||National Education, Health & Allied Workers` Union|
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|Keywords||labour, workers, education|