Communication Workers Union (South Africa)


Communication Workers Union (South Africa)
CWU
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Full name Communication Workers Union
Founded May, 1996
Members 44,000
Country South Africa
Affiliation COSATU
Key people Joe Chauke, president
Macvicar Dyasopu, general secretary
Office location Johannesburg, South Africa
Website www.cwu.org.za

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) is a trade union in South Africa. It was formed in May, 1996 by the merger of the Post Office Employees Association (PEASA),the Post and Telecommunication Workers Association (POTWA) and the South African Post Telecommunication Employees Association (SAPTEA).

CWU is an affiliate of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU).

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