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Wood, G.; Dibben, Pauline; Klerck, Gilton (2013)
Publisher: Routledge
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HN, HC, HD
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the main union federation in South Africa, was instrumental in ending apartheid. This paper evaluates COSATU's post-apartheid role in working for democracy elsewhere in Southern Africa through deepening transnational solidarity, focusing on its role in Zimbabwe and Swaziland. Although the federation successfully mobilised trade union members to oppose the contravention of human and labor rights, its ability to affect lasting change was limited by contradictory messages and actions by the South African government, the dualistic nature of institutional formation in these countries, strategic miscalculations and structural limitations on union power.
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    • South African Labour Bulletin. (SALB). “What Role Should Africans Play in Zimbabwe?” South African Labour Bulletin 30, no.1 (2005): 63.
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