Federation of Non-European Trade Unions
The Federation of Non-European Trade Unions was a trade union federation formed in South Africa in 1928.
In 1928 it had about 15,000 members. It concentrated on economic issues and had some success until the depression of 1930-33 affected the South African economy. It collapsed after splits in the South African Communist Party over the "black Republic" policy.
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