National Council of Trade Unions
|Full name||National Council of Trade Unions|
|Key people||Cunningham Ngcukana, general secretary|
|Office location||Johannesburg, South Africa|
The National Council of Trade Unions (NACTU) is a national trade union center in South Africa. It has a membership of 397,000 and was formed by the merger of the Council of Unions of South Africa (CUSA) and the Azanian Confederation of Trade Unions (AZACTU).
The NACTU is affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation.
The NACTU has 17 affiliated unions.
- Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU)
- Building, Construction and Allied Workers Union (BCAWU)
- Banking, Insurance,Finance and Allied Workers Union (BIFAWU)
- Hospitality Industry and Allied Workers Union (HIAWU)
- Hotel, Liquor, Catering, Commercial And Allied Workers Union of South Africa (HOTELICCA)
- Labour Equity General Workers Union of SA (LEWUSA)
- Municipality, Education, State, Health And Allied Workers Union (MESHAWU)
- Metal and Electrical Workers Union of South Africa (MEWUSA)
- Media Workers Association of South Africa (MWASA)
- National Clothing and Textile Workers Union of South Africa (NACTWUSA)
- National Services and Allied Workers Union (NASAWU)
- National Union of Farm Workers (NUF)
- National Union of Furniture and Allied Workers (NUFAW)
- National Union of Food, Beverages, Wine, Spirits and Allied Workers (NUFBWSAW)
- National Public Service Workers Union (NUPSWU)
- Parliamentary Staff Union (PSU)
- South African Chemical Workers Union (SACWU)
- Transport and Allied Workers Union (TAWU)
- Transport and Omnibus Workers Union (TOWU)
- National Transport Movement (NTM)
- NACTU official site.
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