FEDUSA concerned about current global economic crisis
By Sasha Forbes
24 January 2009
Due to the current global economic crisis, the Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) is very concerned that the current it could have a serious negative impact on the economy and may result in many job losses.
For that reason FEDUSA has asked President Kgalema Motlanthe to set up a task team to see if a solution can’t be come up with in order to prevent people loosing their jobs.
“The President did agree to that particular process to set up a task team and the task team is currently underway, to have a serious discussion and to come up with a recommendation which could be given to the President, so that he can make an announcement in the State of the Nation address which will be held February 6.” said FEDUSA’s Dennis George