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Wood, Paper and Pulp Shop Stewards meeting in Durban

Shop stewards in the Wood, Paper and Pulp sectors met at UASA Durban service centre on the 11th of April to discuss the wage negotiation mandate for the upcoming wage negotiations on the 14th of May 2019. 

Cutting the wage bill should be a last resort at struggling SA Express

The surprise announcement by airline SA Express that they intend to cut down on their workforce without informing the relevant trade unions first, is as shocking as it is disappointing.

IMF’s projected growth rate for South Africa a stark indication of possible job losses

Investment agency Moody’s granted South Africa a reprieve by not downgrading the country to junk status this time,

AMCU’s declared minority at Sibanye-Stillwater may bring an end to prolonged strike

UASA is pleased with outcome of the independent union membership verification by Sibanye-Stillwater and we trust this will end the prolonged AMCU strike at the mine.

World Health Day a reminder of the importance of physical and mental health at work

UASA joins the World Health Organisation (WHO) in celebrating World Health Day on Sunday, 7 April 2019.