Federation of Unions of South Africa
|Full name||Federation of Unions of South Africa|
|Founded||1 April 1997|
|Key people||Koos Bezuidenhout, President
Dennis George, General Secretary
|Office location||Johannesburg, South Africa|
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) is the second largest national trade union center in South Africa. It was founded on 1 April 1997 and has a membership of 556,000.:490 The union represents workers in aviation, health, catering, automobile industry, hospitality, municipalities, education, medical services and banking.:490 The FEDUSA is affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation.
The FEDUSA has 23 affiliated trade unions.
- Airline Pilots Association of South Africa (ALPA-SA)
- Care Centre, Catering, Retail & Allied Workers Union (CCRAWUSA)
- Construction & Engineering Industrial Workers Union (CEIWU)
- Health & Other Services Personnel Trade Union of South Africa (HOSPERSA)
- Independent Municipal & Allied Trade Union (IMATU)
- Insurance & Banking Staff Association (IBSA)
- Internal Staff Association (ISA)
- Jewellers & Goldsmiths Union (J&GU)
- Millennium Workers Union (MWU)
- Mouthpiece Workers Union (MPWU)
- Motor Transport Workers Union (MTWU)
- National Democratic Change & Allied Workers Union (NDCAWU)
- National Security and Unqualified Workers Union (NASAWU)
- National Teachers Union (NATU)
- National Union of Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Commercial, Health and Allied Workers (NUHRCCHAW)
- National Union of Leather Workers (NULAW)
- Professional Transport Workers Union (PTWU)
- South African Communications Union (SACU)
- South African Parastatal & Tertiary Institutions Union (SAPTU)
- South African Typographical Union (SATU)
- Suid-Afrikaanse Onderwysers Unie (SAOU)
- United Association of South Africa (UASA)
- United National Public Servants Association of South Africa and Allied Workers Union (UNIPSAWU)
- United Private Sector Workers Union (UPSWU)
- United Transport & Allied Trade Union (UTATU)
- ICTUR et al.,, ed. (2005). Trade Unions of the World (6th ed.). London, UK: John Harper Publishing. ISBN 0-9543811-5-7.
- "Who's Who Southern Africa". Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- FEDUSA official site.
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