In April he received the Order of Luthuli, named after Nobel Prize winner Chief Albert Luthuli, from President Thabo Mbeki for his work with the South African Congress of Trade Unions.
What does SACTU stand for?
SACTU stands for South African Congress of Trade Unions
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- Standing Advisory Committee on Trunk Road Assessment (UK)
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- Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union
- San Antonio Credit Union (est. 1935; Texas)
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- Supplier Audit and Compliance Unit (National Security Council)
- Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI)
- Student Advisory Committee on the University Budget (University of Cincinnati; Ohio)
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With the support of the South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), a SACP-affiliated organization, the ANC organized the Congress of the People in June 1955, at which a broad multiracial coalition of anti-apartheid groups known as the Congress Alliance adopted the Freedom Charter.
Their leaders belived it was important to avoid the path taken by the South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), whose close identification with a radically political organization, the Congress Alliance, and its unsuccessful campaign in the 1950's resulted in the decline of the South African Trade Unions in the 1960's.