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UASA slams SEIFSA for a sting in the tail

The trade union UASA today slammed employers’ organisation SEIFSA

SONA should give a clear and decisive way forward

Over the last few days we have heard plenty negative news about the economy

South Africa’s youth face a bleak future

With Youth Day coming up, UASA remembers the brave youngsters who lost their lives

Conflict in the workplace: Here’s how to take action!

“The natural instinct for an aggrieved employee, often in a heightened state of emotions, is to point fingers and

Our shrinking economy: Time for optimal compromise

The announcement yesterday that real GDP at market prices

What South Africa needs now: a government that is prepared to be held accountable to its voters

On Saturday Jacob Zuma will be inaugurated for another five year tenure as South Africa’s president. 

UASA: It’s time for Joseph Mathunjwa to show true statesmanship

Under the leadership of AMCU president Joseph Mathunjwa, South Africa is experiencing one of the most brutal and economically devastating strikes in history.

Sugar industry strike looming

A strike is looming in the sugar industry

Strike looming in sugar industry

A strike is looming in the sugar industry

Strike action in South Africa: Are we losing control?

Statement by Andre Venter, spokesperson of the trade union UASA:

UASA has, for the past couple of years, observed how the number of man-days lost due to strike action increased and how the intensity of strike action in terms of violence and the destruction of economic value increased.

Platinum strike: worst is yet to come after the dust settles

The worst of the destruction of economic value caused by Amcu’s prolonged strike

Successful Nedlac application by UASA spurs government into AMD action

The heavy rains of the past few weeks caused an environmental disaster

UASA: Interest rate decision the best under the circumstances

The announcement by the Monetary Policy Committee of the SA Reserve bank that interest rates will remain unchanged is the best decision

Infrastructure development not only key to economic growth, but also to job creation

UASA is in full agreement with Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel