Below is the logo for SADTU.

What does SADTU logo represent?

The SADTU logo represent South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) as the largest trade union for teachers in South Africa. It is allied to the African National Congress and is an affiliate of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU).

What is the main aim of SADTU?

The main aim of SADTU is to eradicate all forms of discrimination in education and to strive towards a free and democratic system of education in South Africa.

Who is the president of SADTU?

Magope Maphila
South African Democratic Teachers Union/Presidents

Who started SADTU?

South African Democratic Teachers Union/Founders

What is the history of SADTU?

SADTU was established in 1990, in the presence of Nelson Mandela, following a directive from the ANC under teacher Oliver Tambo given in the late 1980s during the preparation of the famous Harare Declaration. We have grown from a union of 30 000 members in 1990 to 250 000 members today.

Who can join SADTU?

Any South African citizen who rendered union service to any union organization statutory and non statutory on both sides of the liberation war are eligible to apply to be registered on the SADTU system. Click the button below to apply to be a SADTU member.

When was SADTU started?

October 6, 1990, Johannesburg, South Africa
South African Democratic Teachers Union/Founded

How can I contact SADTU?

Contact Information

Physical AddressSADTU Village Portion 74 Corner Dann Road & Loam Street Glen Marais, Ext 144 Kempton Park, 1619
Postal AddressPostnet Suite 106 Private Bag X 5 Aston Manor 1630
Tel: (011) 971 2000 Email: