Lucy Mvubelo

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Lucy Buyaphi Mvubelo (1920 – 30 Ọktoba 2000) bụ onye otu azụmaahịa South Africa.

Amụrụ Lucy Twala na Johannesburg, ọ gụrụ akwụkwọ na Inanda Seminary School tupu ọ bụrụ onye nkuzi. Ọ lụrụ McKenzie Mvubelo, mana na 1942 ọ hapụrụ nkuzi iji nweta ụgwọ ọrụ dị elu na ụlọ ọrụ akwa. Ọ sonyeere otu ndị na-arụ ọrụ uwe nke ụmụ nwanyị Afrika wee bụrụ odeakwụkwọ ukwu ha n'oge na-adịghị anya. Na 1947, ọ bụụru onye na-akpọkọta Federation of South African Women, na bụrụkwa onye guzobere South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), na-eje ozi dịka osote onye isi ala site na 1955. [1] [2]

Mvubelo jụrụ na mkpebi SACTU mere ijikọ na African National Congress . Òtù ndị Garment Workers maka ọrụ kwụsịrị na 1956, na 1959 ọ ghọrọ onyeisi oche nke Federation of Free African Trade Union (FOFATUSA). N'afọ 1962, otu ndị na-arụ ọrụ uwe jikọtara ọnụ na National Union of Clothing Workers (NUCW), na Mvubelo gara n'ihu dị ka odeakwụkwọ ukwu. O kpebiri igbari FOFATUSA na 1966, ebe ọ nwere ndị mmekọ ole na ole fọdụrụnụ. Kama, NUCW sonyeere Trade Union Council of South Africa (TUCSA), na Mvubelo ghọrọ otu n'ime ụmụ nwanyị ojii mbụ jere ozi na onye isi ya. [1]

Ndị TUCSA chụpụrụ ndị otu na-anọchite anya ndị ọrụ ojii na 1969. Mvubelo rụrụ ụka na NUCW kwesịrị ịga n'ihu dị ka otu nọọrọ onwe ya, na-echekwa ya nnọchiteanya na International Textile, Uwe na Akpụkpọ anụ Federation, na n'onwe ya kwuru okwu na International Labour Organisation . Ọ nwere ike ịbanye na TUCSA na 1972, mana n'afọ ahụ, Mvubelo nwetara nkatọ dị egwu maka ịghara idebe ndekọ ego doro anya. [1]

N'afọ ndị 1980, Mvubelo pụrụ iche na mmegide mwepu akụ na ụba nke South Afrika. N'afọ 1984, ndị na-emegide ya gbara bọmbụ n'ụlọ ya. Ọ jere ozi na kọmitii njikwa nke United States-South Africa Leader Exchange Programme, ma chịkwaa Women for Peace. NUCW jikọtara ọnụ na National Union of Garment Workers na 1985, na Mvubelo lara ezumike nká n'afọ na-esote. [2] [3]

Nrtụaka[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Strydom (2012). "Lucy Mvubelo's role in the South African Trade Unions, 1960-1974". Journal of Contemporary History 37. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Lucy Buyaphi Mvubelo. South African History Online. Retrieved on 4 March 2021.
  3. A brief history of SACTWU. SACTWU. Retrieved on 4 March 2021.