AL2611 :: The Workers' Organisation for Socialist Action (WOSA) Collection

Collection No: AL2611
Title: The Workers' Organisation for Socialist Action (WOSA) Collection
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: SAHA
Inclusive Dates: 1990-1996
Extent: 0.1 linear metre (1 archival box) containing 6 files
Language: English
Acquisition: Accession Number: none
Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research
Use Restrictions: Copyright restrictions may apply. See SAHA copyright statement for Use Restrictions.
Copyright: Finding Aid: © The South African History Archive (SAHA)
Created: 14 August 2009
Abstract: The Workers' Organisation for Socialist Action (WOSA) was launched in April 1990 as a national organisation. It is opposed to racism, tribalism and sexism and supports Socialism, leadership of the black working class, accountability and democracy. It was felt that an organisation was needed that could raise workers' issues without being aligned to any political parties (the example of the African National Congress (ANC)/South African Communist Party (SACP) Alliance was used). The issues that WOSA deals with relate to working conditions, wages, unemployment, housing, education, health and transport. This collection includes documents on National Conferences, copies of Workers' Voice, Vukani Basebenzi and pamphlets about the Workers' List Party.
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