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South African State and Allied Workers' Union


South African State and Allied Workers' Union

Full name South African State and Allied Workers' Union
Members 144,000
Affiliation COSATU
Key people Zwelihle Ngonyama, president
Mthimkhulu Mashiya, general secretary
Office location Braamfontein, South Africa
Country South Africa

The South African State and Allied Workers' Union (SASAWU)is a trade union in South Africa. It has a membership of 144,000 and is affiliated with the Congress of South African Trade Unions.


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