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Sugar industry wage negotiations reached a deadlock

Ravi Naidoo from our Durban office reports that the parties to the Sugar industry wage negotiations have reached deadlock. A dispute will be declared and we will keep you posted.

Personal Care Employment Notice Boards

CEO Stephen Delport explains how the Bargaining Council is offering free notice board services at their offices to assist with salons needing staff and stylists looking for jobs.

Exciting new enhancements to the UASA website and app

Simplified registration

6,5% wage increase for Dust a Side members

Johnny White reports that we have concluded wage negotiations at Dust a Side on 12 April 2018 and that all officials and management will receive an 6,5% wage adjustment.

Klerksdorp news

News in from Klerksdorp is that Johnny White has recovered well after a successful knee operation and the he is fit enough to be back on the job.

Offshore considerations when it comes to your will

Reduced global economic growth over the last few years has prompted governments worldwide to focus on increased inheritance and wealth taxes to bolster the state coffers, and South Africa is no exception.

Amanzi Bargaining Council wage negotiations: 2018

The General Secretary of the Amanzi Bargaining Council has reminded all parties to the council that centralised bargaining would commence on 4 May 2018.

Avril Kotze reaches 10 Years Service

We congratulate Avril Kotze from our Durban Office for having completed 10 years’ service at UASA.

Rest in peace Soon

Avril Kotze from the UASA Durban office relayed the sad news that Mr. Soon Cronje from the NBCWPS (National Bargaining Council for the Wood and Paper Sectors) passed away in hospital on Friday morning, 13 April 2018.

UASA welcomes new Denel board; decisive action at other SOE's must now follow

UASA welcomes the appointment of the new Denel board by Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan.

Good Friday

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Fuel price, taxes financially cripple South Africa’s workers

As of midnight tomorrow the petrol price increases by a whopping 72 cents a litre, and all grades of diesel by 65,2c per litre.