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In accordance to Section 23: Labour Relations  act in the Constitution, all workers  have the right to a trade union. Trade unions are a critical entities in South Africa, with 3.1 million individuals speaking to 25% of the formal work power. The particular constitutional labour laws with respect to exchange unions are:

Each employee  has the privilege to frame and join an exchange union and to partake in the union's exercises

Each employee  has the privilege to strike

Each business has the privilege to shape and join a businesses' association and to take an interest in the exercises of the association

Each union, businesses' association and boss has the privilege to take part in aggregate bartering

Everybody has the privilege to reasonable work actions

For more information about your constitutional right to access sa postal workers union contact Sapwu today on 012 320 7625