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Our Main Focus

Connect

Connecting with the community and carrying their interest at heart

Find Solutions

Sitting together with the the different leaders and finding a solution that would benefit everyone

March as one

Coming together with one goal and one vision to fight and raise our voice in what we believe in

Find Jobs

Assisting to find jobs to better the lives of our community

F.A.W.U believes

that it is in the long-term interests of South Africa and the region to build productive capacity in food production and processing. Destroying local capacity through an inability to curb dumping, or through allowing subsidised imports, is no way to build a prosperous country in the long term.

F.A.W.U believes

that it is in the long-term interests of South Africa and the region to build productive capacity in food production and processing. Destroying local capacity through an inability to curb dumping, or through allowing subsidised imports, is no way to build a prosperous country in the long term.

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Mar 13 2020

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Mar 13 2020

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Mar 09 2020

Union concerned about pilchards recall | eNCA Read More

Mar 03 2020

Recall of pilchards at Shoprite, Checkers: ‘Bloated’ cans could make consumers sick via @BusinessInsider FAWU hopes this so-called"canning deficiency" does not have serious effects on people's health! Read More

Feb 24 2020

Union concerned about pilchards recall

JOHANNESBURG – The Food and Allied Workers’ Union (FAWU) says the recall of the pilchards could be a threat to jobs. This comes after the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications ordered the

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