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FEDUSA and PSA Slam Gauteng Government for Health Head Office Blaze

The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) and its public sector affiliate, the Public Servants Association (PSA) have expressed shock at the death of an emergency worker who fell to his death from the 22nd floor of the Gauteng Department of Health Head Office building in the Johannesburg CBD on Wednesday.

Welcome home Sean!

Sean Drabble takes over from  Henry van Rooyen with effect from 1 September 2018.

Infussion, an accredited and trusted service provider of UASA

Infussion, an accredited and trusted service provider of UASA, is in the process of contacting members to find out if they have a need for funeral and extended family funeral cover.

Dignity Ready for action

UASA recently entered into an agreement with Dignity to market the Assupol policies to our members.

Extension of MEIBC Main Agreement to Non Parties

Some good news:  IN a milestone event yesterday at MEIBC we had a meeting called for the parties at the MEIBC, this was done in terms of Sec 32(1)(a)and (b) of the LRA,

South Africa’s contracting economy tells a story of a government failing its people

South Africa is clearly on the wrong economic path and the policies designed by the government and around which populism is created, are not delivering the economic and job growth the country desperately needs.

Uasa reaches deadlock with Harmony Gold and Village Main Reef

While Sibanye-Stillwater and Anglo Gold Ashanti indicated at yesterday’s wage negotiations that they are prepared to go back to their mandate givers to review their mandate, deadlock was reached with Harmony Gold and Village Main Reef.

The world’s biggest unemployment crisis is right here in South Africa

Good news for ex Aurora (Pamodzi) employees

Pursuant to a recent High Court ruling, the liquidators of Aurora Empowerment Systems have informed UASA that they have made payments in lieu of the first liquidation and distribution account.

Government involvement in the economy behind increased CPI

As the Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) rate increased to 5,1% in July from 4,6% in June, South African consumers deserve more clarity from the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) as to the future path of interest rate increases.

Young miner killed in tragic accident

Sibanye Stillwater, Beatrix 3 shaft, 24B48 W8 panel, approximately 15h00 yesterday, Mr. Morapedi Kalane, a stope team member was in a process of removing a camlock jack when an over hanging face dislodged and struck him.