11 Jun

Youth are crying out for job opportunities and a chance to prove their worth in the economy. On Youth Day, 16 June, we look back to the 1976 Soweto Uprisings led by students against the forced use of Afrikaans as the language of instruction in black schools. Thousands…

11 Jun

UASA would like to thank its members at KEM-JV who braved the cold weather to attend the meeting in Kimberley. The meeting was well attended with both UASA members and UASA management present. Various issues were discussed and the election of UASA reps at Wesselton, CTP and Superstone…

11 Jun

State-owned company Denel has dropped another bombshell regarding the benefit safety net of UASA members and other employees. Denel’s retirement fund will not be able to process or effect payment of members’ benefits, including death in service and medical disability benefits, resignation benefits, investment return updates and any…

11 Jun

Following the further breakdown of the trust relationship between Denel management and labour after this week’s shock announcement that the company had not paid over either workers’ or the company’s retirement fund contributions, a special labour forum was held to discuss the crisis. At the forum meeting UASA…

11 Jun

UASA is pleased with and congratulates Lesetja Kganyago on his re-appointment as governor of the South African Reserve Bank. Kganyago has shown great leadership in a declining economy. We hope for a return to economic growth, an investment-grade South Africa and the resulting increase in employment opportunities over…