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MIDRAND - Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on Thursday it's leaders will now focus on healing rifts that have emerged over the ANC leadership.
About 3,000 Cosatu delegates gathered at the Gallagher Estate in Midrand over the last four days to discuss on policy, organisational problems and failures of government.
Several high profile political questions facing the federation were left unresolved and will now be discussed by Cosatu's top brass.
Dlamini this week pleaded with members who had left the organisation to “come home” and resolve issues they have with the federation.
Cosatu has also resolved to try and improve the relationship between members and leaders.
Its general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said there were very clear resolutions.
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(Edited by Thato Motaung)