||Campaigns of NACTU||
5.1 Community involvement
This policy saw NACTU launching a campaign on the Sharpville Six and the
Upington 25 that became later the Upington 14. These two trails that was
a result of the rent boycott received international exposure through
NACTU's involvement and publicity. NACTU through the ICFTU co-ordinating
Committee on Southern
NACTU made its first call for sanctions at its laugh in October 1986.
This was not the first time as its precursors CUSA and AZACTU campaigned
for sanctions. CUSA was the first organisation inside
5.3 Rent and Television Boycott
NACTU supported the rent boycott campaign by communities and in addition called for Television Licenses boycott as some of the peaceful means to overthrow Apartheid.
NACTU has after the democratic election supported the Masakhane campaign to be accompanied by delivery of service.