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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.

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,

Unchanged interest rate decision a relief to financially stressed workers

UASA is relieved and pleased with the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee’s decision to hold off on hiking the interest rate and keeping it at 6,75% for now.

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.

Expected sharp increase in fuel price will see workers struggle financially in April

UASA is most concerned about the expected sharp increase in the fuel price of about R1,35/litre, according to economists.