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National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union

NEHAWU
Full name National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union
Founded 1987
Members 235,000
Affiliation COSATU, PSI, WFTU, TUI-PAE[1]
Key people Noluthando Sibiya, president
Fikile Majola, general secretary
Office location Johannesburg, South Africa
Country South Africa
Website www.nehawu.org.za

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (NEHAWU) is a trade union in South Africa. With a membership of 235,000 it is the largest public sector union in the country. It organizes State, Health, Education and Welfare workers.

The NEHAWU is affiliated with the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), and Public Services International and the Trade Union International of Public and Allied Employees.[2]

References

  1. ^ NEHAWU AFFILIATION
  2. ^ NEHAWU AFFILIATION

External links

  • NEHAWU official site.
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