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UASA donates to a good cause 

UASA last week sponsored the 17th hole at the South African Woman’s Federation (SAWF) event which took place at the Goldfield West Golf Club.

Thank you Mr. Izak Oosthuizen

UASA wishes to thank Mr. Izak Oosthuizen for his generous donation of mining artifacts to our UASA Museum.

Pledges to boost economy encouraging

After ratings agency Moody’s last week’s announcement to drop our investment rating from stable to a negative outlook, it was encouraging to witness the commitment and pledges made by business to boost the economy during Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa’s investment drive this week.

Lower fuel price welcome news on the eve of the festive season

The drop in the fuel price that comes into effect at midnight is good news on the eve of the festive and holiday season.

UASA to visit Delhi to push for better working conditions for diamond supply chain workers

UASA’s Chief Operations Officer, Mr Shadrack Motloung, will be attending the Global Union’s Diamond Network Meeting on 6 and 7 November at the Royal Plaza Hotel in New Delhi, India. Delegates from various countries will be in attendance.

Zero Harm is possible in our lifetime

UASA would like to congratulate Sibanye Stillwater on their record 430 consecutive days and 8 million fatality free shifts in their gold operations.

Unemployment won’t be solved by talking about it, action needs to follow as a matter of urgency

The shocking news that our unemployment numbers have increased to 29,1% for the third quarter of 2019, as announced by Statistician-General Risenga Maluleke earlier today, seems unreal given the amount of talk the topic has generated lately.

SA expects transparency and decisive action from Mboweni

With Finance Minister Tito Mboweni tabling his Medium-term Budget Policy Statement tomorrow, UASA has identified a few major issues we would like to see solutions to or at least cleared up during the minister’s speech.

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