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UASA celebrates status as SA’s oldest surviving trade union

UASA celebrated 125 years of involvement in the labour market last night with an event in Muldersdrift, just outside Johannesburg.

UASA congratulates Estie on 5 years of service

UASA congratulates Estie de Beer, our Operational Assistant in the Thabazimbi office on 5 years of service.

True unemployment rate of 38% a wake-up call for policy makers

Number of unemployed increased by an average of 42 822 people per month

UASA gets organisational rights at KEMJV

After months of recruiting at the diamond mining company KEMJV in Kimberley,

UASA mourns its member

UASA is saddened by the passing of Mr John Daniel Nell, our member at Harmony - Bamabanani Shaft in the Free State.

Sugar industry must find solutions to imported sugar threat to prevent job losses

The South African sugar industry must find a way to diversify its product offering to stay sustainable and competitive.

Sibanye - Stillwater Thembelani Shaft

UASA notes with great concern the incident that took place at Sibanye-Stillwater Thembelani shaft.

Workers have come a long way, will never stop pushing for change

Workers' Day celebrates labour and the working classes, and their contribution to national economies.

Another fuel price increase

South Africans are bracing for another fuel price increase this month, this will be the fourth fuel price increase for 2019.

Freedom Day an opportunity to look forward through building bridges, while never losing sight of the past

Freedom Day, 27 April, the day South Africans celebrate the first non-racial democratic elections that took place in 1994,

UASA meets IndustriALL

IndustriALL General Secretary Mr Valter Sanches together with Ms Paule France Ndessomin, IndustriALL Regional Secretary for Sub-Saharan Africa, visited UASA’s head office in Florida, Roodepoort, South Africa, on 16 April 2019 to officially welcome UASA to IndustriALL.

Expected fuel price increase will cripple workers with colder weather coming up

Increases in the fuel price have become a monthly constant, putting ever more pressure on workers’ finances.

Easter Holidays Break

The long awaited Easter break is finally upon us and for most people this means travelling far and wide to reunite with family members or to catch a break from the busy city life.

Wood, Paper and Pulp Shop Stewards meeting in Durban

Shop stewards in the Wood, Paper and Pulp sectors met at UASA Durban service centre on the 11th of April to discuss the wage negotiation mandate for the upcoming wage negotiations on the 14th of May 2019.