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UASA expects limited positive results from Youth Wage Subsidy Bill

While any strategy aimed at reducing unemployment, especially among the youth, is to be welcomed,

Job seekers entering the labour market must do so with a practical approach

Completed matric or a tertiary qualification and looking for a job? Be practical, says Andre Venter, spokesperson of the trade union UASA.

UASA mourns Madiba. We should always honour his legacy

UASA is deeply saddened by the passing of former president Nelson Mandela.

Fuel price increase plus e-tolls a nasty surprise for workers just before the Festive Season

Seventeen cents a litre may not sound like much, but with the implementation of toll fees on top of it, it will certainly make a dent in consumers’ personal disposable income.

Poor GDP growth should wake captains of industry, government and labour up to take action

If this week’s announcement about the poor GDP growth of .7% doesn’t wake up the captains of industry, government and labour, then nothing will, says Koos Bezuidenhout, President of FEDUSA

Curb festive season expenses by realistic planning within your budget

Consumers are feeling worse about their financial situation than during the financial crisis in 2008

AngloGold Ashanti’s new reef-boring technology should boost employment

AngloGold Ashanti’s new reef-boring technology will break the barriers of convention in a big way.

UASA: Well done Pravin!

UASA welcomes the speech by finance minister Pravin Gordhan

Zuma’s remarks about Africans out of line

Pres. Jacob Zuma’s comment in respect of e-tolling: "We can’t think like Africans, in Africa

Gordhan will have to do a fine balancing act

Pravin Gordan will have to do a fine balancing act in his midterm budget.

Urgent review of collective bargaining needed

The recent spate of strike action in the motor industry followed by the decision by BMW

Increased workforce will stimulate economic activity, resulting in super profits in the long run

Business owners and shareholders should be prepared to cut profits and employ more workers instead of reducing their workforce and recording higher profits.

E-tolling will be the straw that breaks workers’ backs

Despite the Supreme Court of Appeal's judgment against OUTA earlier today, all might not be lost in the e-tolling saga.

UASA signs wage settlement with gold producers

UASA yesterday signed a two-year wage agreement with gold producers AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields, Rand Uranium, Harmony Gold, Evander Gold, Sibanye Gold, and Village Main Reef, as represented by the Chamber of Mines.