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'Fawu leaders are part of that group which agreed to pay more than R50 000 monthly salary and buy other office furniture to the expelled Zwelinzima Vavi' Zwelinzima Vavi — PICTURE: MOELETSI MABE Former Cosatu boss Zwelinzima Vavi insisted on Tuesday that his salary is being paid by the National Union of Metalworkers of SA and no one else.The denial came after disgruntled members of Cosatu affiliate, the Food and Allied Workers Union, circulated a document among the federation's affiliates in which they claim that they were against their union paying Vavi's salary.The members are also up in arms over Fawu's refusal to invite the ANC, Cosatu and the SACP to its forthcoming congress in July.On May 1, Vavi will be leading the formation of a new trade union federation to rival Cosatu.But disgruntled members of Fawu, which has been steadfast in its support for Vavi, are crying foul over support for Vavi.Fawu is one of the affiliates that have backed Vavi in his battle with Cosatu presiden...

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