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FEDUSA BUDGET EXPECTATIONS 2023

  21 February 2023   As the Federation of Unions of South Africa reflects on the upcoming tabling of the national budget by the finance minister this week, the resolution of the dire economic crisis being faced by South Africans is of utmost priority.   COST-OF-LIVING CRISIS The poor and workers are being strangled by […]

FEDUSA PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS MEDIA STATEMENT ON WAGE NEGOTIATIONS

16 February 2023 Public Sector Unions affiliated with the Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) have resolved to participate in the fresh round of wage negotiations in the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) for the year 2023. The decision to conclude the disputed 2022 negotiations on our end follows extensive discussions with union […]

FEDUSA 2023 SONA EXPECTATIONS

08 February 2023 The Federation of Unions of South African (FEDUSA) looks forward to the delivery of the State of the Nation Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa tomorrow with great anticipation for much needed solutions to the multiple crises the country is currently facing. We go into the 2023 SONA despondent as a nation following […]

FEDUSA Congratulates UNTU with PRASA Labour Court Victory

27 January 2023 The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) congratulates United National Transport Union (UNTU) on their victory after the Labour court ruled in their favour and ordered the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) to honour obligations to the 2020 salary/wage settlement agreement.   PRASA will need to make payment for […]

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MATRIC CLASS OF 2022!

20 January 2023 The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) congratulates the Matric Class of 2022 for achieving a pass rate of 80.1 % in the National Senior Certificate (NSC).   FEDUSA again congratulates the Free State province for once again topping the charts, with a 88.5% matric pass rate. The federation commends the […]

FEDUSA rejects Eskom tariff increases

13 January 2023   The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) is enraged by the decision of the National Energy Regulator’s (NERSA) to grant Eskom tariff increases of 18.65% and 12.74% over the next two year. NERSA’s approval of the electricity tariff increases will spell a devastating reality for the poor and working class […]

FEDUSA Ready to Protest for Decent Salaries For Public Servants

21 November 2022   The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) and its affiliates in the public service reiterates its support for the National Day of Action planned for tomorrow.   We call on members of the public to support the nationwide protests planned by FEDUSA, COSATU and SAFTU. We recognise that the government’s […]

FEDUSA welcomes life sentence against Free State pastor

15 November 2022   The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) has learnt with satisfaction that a Free State man has been sentenced to life in prison after he kept a 50-year-old woman hostage for eight months and raped her during that time. Media reports say the 40-year-old man was sentenced in the Viljoenskroon […]