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                                     Welcome to SACTWU
 

The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU) is the largest trade union in the clothing, textile, leather  and footwear industry in South Africa and globally, with just more than 99 000 members as at the end of August 2015.

Sactwu was founded in September 1989, the result of a merger between South Africa’s key garment, textile and leather sector trade unions.

We have a trade union density of just over 85%, in our core sectors. This allows Sactwu to represent its members more effectively.

We negotiate wages and terms of conditions of employment for the vast majority of workers in the clothing, textile, leather and footwear industry 
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Sunday Times Article - Made-in-China fashion becomes so last season for local retailers Click the Image below to enlarge the article and click on the "Play" button to listen to the... **Latest Update**
 
Newcastle Again Scrapes the Bottom of the Barrel
Press release: Immediate   The SA Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU) is revolted by the fact that human-trafficking is taking place in clothing factories in Newcastle. This has come to light...
SACTWU condemns recent attacks on the muslim community
Press Release: Immediate  The COSATU-affiliated Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers UNION (SACTWU) is appalled by the recent atrocious attacks on our Muslim community. We condemn statements made about burning...
Spring Queen Parade 2016 14 November 2016
Spring Queen Parade 2016
PRESS ALERT:  Press Invite SACTWU Spring Queen 2016 will take place on Saturday 12 November 2016, at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. This year the event will see 47 women...
SACTWU presents Spring Queen 2016
PRESS ALERT:  Press InviteSACTWU Spring Queen 2016 will take place on Saturday 12 November 2016, at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. This year the event will see 47 women...
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