policy Coordinator. 3.8 Ideological work The basis for our political effectiveness is continued educational and ideological work. Composition of cosatu membership, 1995 to 2006 Change in numbers change Union 2000 to to to to 2006 satawu -28,913 59, numsa -27,000 43, popcru -3,937 29, sadtu -4,200 9,840 -2 5 saccawu 0 5,319 0 5 sactwu. For labour, Anton Roskam agreed with Cheadle on the ccma. The CEC is constituted by the Na tional Office Bearers of cosatu and of affiliates with some represented by four and others by two depending on their membership size. Close to three quarters earn less than R1000 a month, virtually none h ave a retirement fund, and around a quarter works over 60 hours a week. The past three years saw some growth in the share of manufacturing and private services, a decline in mining, and stabilisation in the public-service uni ons. We seek to fortify them as we said in the last Congress through consistently analysing our strengths and weaknesses and seeking to improve our strategies. The commodity price boom and prospects for a more expansionary fiscal policy, in particular, support accelerated economic expansion. The audit for the financial year ending June 2006 is being finalised.
The sacp has issued a discussion paper on state power. Fundamentally the accumulation regime has not changed, so that development and under-development continues to coexist. The Job Creation Trust were approached by the National Department of Water Affairs and Forestry to co host a conference to change the focus of Infra-structure delivery only, to Job Creation in the delivery of particularly Sanitation. They meet fortnightly to receive report from the Secretariat and account for the deployment and activities in between the meetings. For the dti to gazette such a Charter u nder the Act,. The cosatu submission was prepared but not submitted deadline missed. Cosatu has sought to use the state to discipline capital but r arely developed a Plan B where it would directly pressure business itself. The Third Central Committee in response took a number of decisions meant in particular to respond to the challenge of lack of implementation. The cost clearly would put substantial burden on the national and provincial fiscus, where this could be spent on significantly improving the public transport system for the poor, better integration of public transport and investing into i mproving infrastructure.