The South Africa State and allied Workers Union (SASAWU) was formed on the 14th July 2000

S ince its inception, SASAWU has proven a force to be reckoned with in the Public Service. This dynamic Trade Union is registered with the department of Labour in terms of the Labour Relations Act and is providing a viable alternative to some of the otherwise old, tired arrogant and moribund unions in the Public Service. SASAWU is becoming over and eagerly inviting you as workers in the Public Service to receive the best service ever.

SASAWU is becoming over and eagerly inviting you as workers in the Public Service to receive the best service ever.

We therefore commit ourselves to unity and solidarity of all workers. We unreservedly reject all attempts to sow disunity among the workers on the basis of colour, gender, tribe, race, religion, sexual orientation and creed.

We declare that long-term interests of workers are alike irrespective of the above differences. We declare our commitment to co-ordinate, affiliate to, associate and formulate working relations with other worker organizations or federations or any progressive organizations within South Africa and abroad to build a better and happy life for the workers and all South Africans..

LEADERSHIP

Mike Ngqolowa

General Secretary

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Cde Mike understands the struggles of the workers and fight for their rights.

Simphiwe Pinana

Deputy General Secretary

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Milintant leader, full of energy and vibrancy, Cde Simphiwe is a tried and tested leader

Percy Bogosi

1st Deputy President

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A workforce leader and driver of worker issues in and around the country

Joy Ndodonina

Acting National Treasurer

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Cde Joy, a worker leader with years leading workers in the workplace

Lungile Nkosi

2nd Deputy President

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A workforce leader and driver of worker issues in and around the country

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