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Kieswetter needs to restore SARS’s credibility

UASA wishes to congratulate and welcome the new Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service, Edward Kieswetter.

Looming job losses due to Eskom, carbon tax may well bring 2018 Q4 job gains to naught

The 87 000 jobs gained in the non-agricultural formal sector (business services, trade, community services and the transport industry) in Q4 2018 as announced earlier today by Statistics SA in its latest Quarterly Employment Statistics (QES) bulletin is pleasing and signal job creation.

The Eskom effect on the average South African, micro- and medium-sized business devastating

Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan’s admission that he is unable to say when the rotational blackouts will come to an end is a clear indication of the trouble South Africa finds itself in.

The fight for Human Rights is everyone’s fight

UASA the Union would like to join the rest of South Africa in celebrating Human Rights day.

Standard Bank branch closures a sign of things to come – are South Africa’s workers ready for change?

The Standard Bank branch closures that will leave 1200 employees jobless is a sure sign of things to come. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is manifesting itself in real terms.