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Why did it take so long to take action?

SARB should look at lowering repo rate to boost job creation

Keep electricity hikes to 10% per annum

Price hikes one of the reasons why the New Growth Path will remain a pie in the sky

Much-needed hospitals and medical schools a step forward

Everyone deserves a decent health system

Strike looming at Xtrata

Management discriminates against lower paid workers

UASA's 75 000 members to participate in study about finances of SA households

Results will enable the union to motivate decisions in wage negotiations

UASA satisfied after successful wage negotiation season

The trade union UASA has achieved excellent results for its members in this year’s wage negations in the following sectors:

UASA will fight the retrenchment of its DRD members

Blyvoor situation has wider ramificationsWhile UASA is preparing for the consultation process to minimise the negative effects of the pending retrenchment of approximately 500 employees, we are also involved in a battle to keep the electricity supply to their homes going in the face of ESKOM threatening to cut the electricity supply to the mine.

High electricity prices turn targets of New Growth Path to pie in the sky

Government should not expect mass job creation, or job creation at all

Rates would drop if SARB were concerned about both inflation and unemployment

A further reduction of at least one percentage point is possible 

De Beers' exodus to Botswana a hefty price to pay for irresponsible, poor and visionless leadership

Opinion piece by Koos Bezuidenhout, Chief Executive Officer of UASA, the second largest mining union in South Africa.

Inquiry into arms deal must be honest, legitimate seach for truth

Hopefully, the investigation will be for the right reasons