Friday, 29 November 2013

Mounting a working class agenda can help COSATU rebuild unity

COSATU is fractured, with member unions divided into two camps and leaders hurling angry words at each other. This is a far cry from the unity established at its birth. In this piece, published on the Sacsis website, I argue that COSATU should consider withdrawing from politics with a capital-P. Instead, it should focus on reconstructing the strength of the federation, restoring unity and mobilising on specific issues.

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Frank Meintjies