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National minimum wage long overdue

UASA welcomes the announcement that the national minimum wage is now signed into law by Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday.

MPC decision will limit job creation and economic recovery

Today's decision of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the South African Reserve Bank to increase the repo rate by 25 basis points does not make sense at all.

UASA helps achieve victory for SA Actor’s Guild

UASA welcomes the announcement by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee for Trade and Industry on their endorsement of the Copyright and Performers Protection Amendment Bills.

UASA signs multi-year wage deal with Sibanye-Stillwater

The trade union UASA, Solidarity and NUM signed a multi-year wage agreement with THE MINERALS COUNCIL SOUTH AFRICA, who acted on behalf of SIBANYE GOLD LTD T/A SIBANYE-STILLWATER.  

UASA achieves major victory for minority unions at CCMA

UASA achieved a major victory on Friday, 2 November 2018, when the CCMA granted the union basic organisational rights at Lonmin.

Slate levy a nasty blow for workers

The announcement by the Department of Energy that the petrol price remains unchanged

Members of UASA-The Union regained organisational rights at LONMIN:

The CCMA has granted members of UASA-The Union at Lonmin organisational rights.

Do not become a victim of a scam

Anyone can fall victim to a scam! But three simple actions can keep your hard-earned money protected: STOP to ask yourself if this could be a scam; CHECK to see if you’re being targeted; and REPORT and suspicious activity to help others too.

Meet our newest UASA team members

Welcome to the UASA Family Aletta and Rick

StatsSA’s employment statistics dire for the 70% of working-age South Africans who crave jobs

With only 30% of working-age South Africans formally employed,

We are saying goodbye to a few UASA employees

Farewell Andre and Mercia

Cyril's New Dawn plan will require a new game plan

Like any business or organisation on a slippery slope, South Africa needs a turnaround strategy. Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa came forward with his New Dawn plan, and, as can be expected, there are those who support him and those who may have better plans.