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5 000 jobs saved at RBM thanks to UASA intervention

UASA would like to thank the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government for intervening and saving jobs at Rio Tinto’s Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) mine, which was forced to close down due to violent attacks on workers by local protestors.


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UASA calls on Ramaphosa to cancel his state visit to Egypt and address the Eskom crisis

UASA calls on Pres. Ramaphosa to cancel his planned state visit to meet with Pres. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt and address South Africans on the situation at Eskom, how is it going to be resolved and how long will it take.


UASA addresses the situation at Richards Bay Minerals

UASA’s Franz Stehring was this morning in conversation with eNCA’s Xoli Mngambi regarding the situation at Richards Bay Minerals (RBM).


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

Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan’s valiant efforts to bring Eskom under control about a year ago have failed miserably and come to nought as the power utility moved to Stage 6 load shedding from 18h00 last night.


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Richards Bay Minerals halts operations due to community protests

UASA is saddened by the decision at RBM to halt operations due to protest action in the town.


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