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SACTWU to have Anti-Racism march and plant Anti-Racism Tree PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 12:30

On Saturday 19 March the Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union will take to the streets and march against racism. The march forms part of our National Bargaining Conference activities that will take place from 18-21 March in Cape Town.  The march will consist of 1000 people and will start in Strand street, in front of the Cape Sun hotel.
The march will end with the planting of a commemorative tree at Rahmaniyeh Primary School, in District Six.
Members of the media are invited to cover the march.
The details of this protest action are as follows:
Date:                    19 March 2016
Time:                    11h15-13h00
Venue:                 Starting point will be on the corner of St Georges Mall and Strand Street Cape Town, the demonstration will go East into Strand Street, then South into Adderly Street, West into Darling right into Keizergracht, right into Vogelgezany and then into Constitution Street where we will plant our tree at  Rahmaniyeh Primary School
Issued by
Andre Kriel
General Secretary
For practical information and comment contact SACTWU’s Media Project Officer on 0721986061.