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Fedusa to join Treasury on international investor roadshow:

The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) will be part of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's delegation to meet credit rating agencies and investors in the United Kingdom and the United States next week, Fedusa said on Sunday. 

Delayed Day Zero doesn’t mean ditching water saving efforts

If it does come, how will my insurance be affected? 

Human Rights Day

We all have rights, and so do others. Let us remember and respect that. Cherish yours today.

At last South Africa’s disenfranchised see government action with the transfer of home ownership

The Treasury’s plans to speed up the transfer of ownership of homes worth R180 billion ($15 billion) to about one million poor people from April,

Wage negotiations: Private security industry

While discussions regarding the establishment of a Bargaining Council for the industry is ongoing, organized labour has formulated its wage demands.

UASA members at Idwala Carbonates gets 7% increase

Chris Redelinghuys reports that wage negotiations at Idwala Carbonates have been concluded and that our members will all get a 7% pay adjustment on basic pay. As a consequence, the shift allowance of members will also increase.

International Women's Day 2018

 With the World Economic Forum's 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings telling us that gender parity is over 200 years away- there has never been a more important time to keep motivated and #PressforProgress.

Minister Pravin Gordhan will look into Denel affairs

The trade union UASA had the opportunity to meet with the newly appointed minister of State Owned Enterprises, Mr. Pravin Gordhan, to discuss the plight of Denel employees

Drop in fuel price excellent news for workers and the poor

The drop of 36c a litre in the pump price of petrol, as well as 47c/l for diesel and 30 c/l for paraffin is excellent news for South Africa’s workers.

Mantashe needs to get Mining Charter ball rolling to secure the industry’s future:

For Mining Minister Gwede Mantashe to reach his goal of a new Mining Charter agreement within three months, he must get the ball rolling without delay.

UASA’s enthusiasm somewhat dampened by reshuffle, but we remain positive

UASA’s enthusiasm for the “new dawn” announced by Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa is somewhat dampened after the sequence of events leading up to and the actual announcement of the cabinet reshuffle.

Florida SPAR is now officially UASA country

UASA has recently recruited in excess of 70 members (the number is still increasing) at Florida Spar

Revival of new Mining Charter determines sector’s future

Mantashe appointment critical for mining industry

AMCU members have no choice but to pay agency fees in addition to their union subs.

UASA and Fawu concluded an agency shop agreement in the National Bargaining Council for the Sugar industry which means that AMCU members has to pay 1.4% of basic salary in addition to their union subscriptions.