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EFF members are marching to the Union buildings.. The march is one of many happening across the country in support of the no confidence vote against president Jacob Zuma. For more we cross to our reporter Ofentse Setimo Pretoria. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Take a look at this short video highlighting union carpenters and contractors who are building the best in residential, institutional, commercial, transportation and infrastructure. Build with Quality. Build with Safety. Build with Confidence.
Friday marked an important day for South Africans as tens of thousands of people took to the streets. Some were protesting against President Jacob Zuma and what they see as his cronyism while others marched in support of the embattled president. Subscribe to TimesLIVE here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TimesLive
Nelson Mandela's coffin arrives at Union Buildings, Pretoria Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD Nelson Mandela's body goes on procession through Pretoria, South Africa, on Wednesday morning. The coffin, draped in the South African flag, arrives at the city's Union Buildings where it will lie in state for three days. Mandela will be buried on Sunday in his ancestral home of the East Cape province Click for Guardian coverage of Nelson Mandela: http://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2013/dec/11/nelson-mandela-coffin-arrives-union-buildings-pretoria-video
The community deserves better than building union bullies who bully sub-contractors, small and medium family businesses and women on construction sites. The building unions toxic culture means the community pays 30% more for schools and hospitals. Bring back the ABCC, the community deserves better.
President Obama details how the Recovery Act and other funding is providing needed repairs and upgrades to the nations infrastructure, encouraging clean energy alternatives and creating new jobs across the country. January 27, 2010 (Public Domain)
Master Builders is calling on our politicians to stop the bullying and unlawful behaviour of building unions on construction sites.
Michael Martin Murphey (Wildfire Fame)joins up with the Black Irish Band to record an original ballad about the Irish workman that built the Union Pacific Railroad in the 1860s. Band member Patrick Michael Karnahan wrote the song in honor of the hundreds of Irishman that worked out of Omaha Nebraska all the way to Promontory Summit Utah. The song explores the hard work and long hours it took to make the dream real. Many workman died along the way while many other had little to show for their countless hours when done with the project. Most of the wealth went to the suits, like always!!! The railroad was important to the Irish in the fact that it gave them work after the Civil War and their numbers would effect the history of the American West, many in fact would become Cowboys. ...
Economic Freedom Fighter’s leader Julius Malema warned marchers at Church Square in Pretoria against diluting the purpose of the march by engaging in illegal activity. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Sarah Sudak, MTSU's associate vice president for student affairs, provides a tour of the university's new Student Union Building, which is slated for a late-August opening. The $65 million, nearly 211,000-square-foot Student Union will be the trendy place for students and others to gather this fall. The impressive building—"It's a football field and a half," Sudak said of the size—will serve students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni and friends of the university and others well into MTSU's second century. You can learn more about the project at http://mtsunews.com/new-student-union.
Union Buildings, Pretoria. South Africa 2003. The Union Buildings (Afrikaans: Die Uniegebou) form the official seat of the South African government and also house the offices of the president of South Africa. The imposing buildings are located in Pretoria, atop Meintjieskop at the northern end of Arcadia
The building I work in downtown is called the Pershing Square Building. This building has been nothing but trouble for me; leaking water, contruction, cement and dust in our networking gear, MORE LEAKING WATER etc etc. For the last several months, they've been working on building a bar on the roof, this includes some pretty heavy machinery lifting giant steel beams to the roof where welders are assembling them. TURNS OUT, the welders and steel workers are non-union and according to the picketers, illegal aliens and not certified to make the construction and welds of the frame safe. Great.