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Mboweni’s stint as part of organised business will help revive the economy:

UASA welcomes the appointment of Tito Mboweni as South Africa’s new finance minister. 

Rand Water CEO crosses the floor to TCTA

We have been informed that Rand Water CEO Percy Sechemane will be leaving the company after 10 years

Catastrophic fuel price increase will financially cripple South Africa’s workers

The latest fuel price increases as announced by the Department of Energy this morning is the final straw crippling South Africa’s workers.

We salute you Koos

UASA staff members this afternoon said goodbye to UASA CEO, Dr. Koos Bezuidenhout.

Growing through focussed responsiveness

As part of our way of life to be responsive to the needs of our members,

Johnny White is a man amongst men!

UASA CEO, Dr Koos Bezuidenhout, yesterday presented Johnny White from our Klerksdorp office with a certificate for meritorious services rendered to a UASA member.

Heritage Day

heritage day

Cyril’s stimulus package must be seen in context

The stimulus package announced by pres. Cyril Ramaphosa is positive and very welcome

Non-payment of Denel (SOC) employees averted at 11th hour

The trade union UASA has been informed by Denel acting executive human resources manager,

Unchanged repo rate will boost Ramaphosa’s economic stimulus package

The decision of the South African Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee to hold the repurchase rate at 6.5% today

Branch Empowerment Training - Cape Town

A Group of shop stewards in the Cape Town area had shop steward training conducted on 18 and 19 September 2018. The training took place at the Eden Lodge Inn, Kleinbrak.

FEDUSA and MTWU Calls on Police Minister Bheki Cele to Investigate and Intervene in the Kidnapping and Subsequent Murder of Johannes Mashele by Suspected Death Squad in Mogwase:

The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) and the Motor Transport Union (MTWU),

Repo rate should remain unchanged to boost Ramaphosa’s economic stimulus package

Annual consumer inflation, as announced by Stats SA, were slightly lower than expected, and therefore we expect no increase in the repo rate after tomorrow’s meeting of the South African Reserve Bank’s (SARB) Monetary Policy Committee.

Strike averted at Market Theatre Foundation

The pressure that was brought to bear by our notice of strike action to the management of the Market Theatre Foundation (MTF),