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One of the stalwarts of the union, Cynthia Mabitle, suddenly passed away last night after she complained about a chest pain.
UASA welcomes the historic settlement of the silicosis en TB class action litigation that played itself out over the past three years, South Africa’s largest class action suit to date.
We are pleased to announce the names of the recipients of UASA’s study grants for 2018.
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) has written a letter to Transport Minister Blade Nzimande appealing to him to intervene in state owned bus company Autopax after it notified employees that it won’t be to pay April salaries because of cash crunch. Autopax is a subsidiary of road and rail transport parastatal Transnet.
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) has called on government to speed up the parliamentary process leading up to the enactment of the National Minimum Wage Act to facilitate the implementation of a National Minimum Wage (NMW) of R3 500 a month and to inaugurate structures that will force employers to comply such as the tripartite National Minimum Wage Commission that was agreed upon at NEDLAC.
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) wants government to appeal the decision by American President Donald Trump on Tuesday not to grant South Africa exemption from steel and aluminium tariffs as this decision will only accelerate job losses in the manufacturing and mining industries, sectors that have already shed thousands of jobs due to the unfavourable global economic situation.
Transnet-pensioenarisse se stryd is ‘n geloofsaak soos bewys deur Grondwethof-oorwinning
It is time to celebrate the labour that has made a lot of sense to our country. UASA wishes you a happy workers day.
Have a safe and enjoyable Freedom Day!
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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.
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.