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  • Chance for lower interest rate evaporates

    Zuma and his followers are squarely to blame for ordinary workers’ financial burden  

    Had it not been for the South Africa’s economic and political uncertainty

  • Ramadan is not just about fasting

    But Ramadan is not just about fasting. It is also a time for spiritual reflection and devoting themselves to worship and pray to Allah.

  • Important notice: Server updates

    Kindly note that all of our severs will not be accessible on Saturday 27 May ,2017 from 07:00 until 15:00

  • Study grants awarded to 15 students

    We are pleased to announce the names of the recipients of UASA's study grants for 2017.

    Ten students were each awarded a grant valued R 5 000; and five were awarded grants of R2 500 each:

  • Many Workers Want Pay Rise

    The majority of workers in South Africa, or 75 percent of those surveyed, want a pay increase from their employers according to the country findings of the annual International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Global Poll for 2017 that has been released today ahead of the G20 Labour Ministers meeting on Thursday.

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