Attitudes to South African trade unions
DATE: 18 March 2013
The South African organised labour movement is one of the most powerful and disciplined on the African continent. One of the central actors of the democratic struggle, South African trade unions continue to play a key role in the post-apartheid period. Steven Gordon, Benjamin Roberts and Jarè Struwig examine attitudes to trade unions, investigating how much confidence South Africans have in this important element of our civil society.