NUPSAW calls on all its members in KZN who have not been affected by the disasters caused by rain and floods to actively work with the community by giving help and support to those in need. Be it with food, clothes, blankets, toiletries, accommodation, transport or any act of kindness.OurContinue Reading

The strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies which had its offset on 16 November 2018 officially ended today, 10 April 2019, with workers going back to work. Dis-Chem announced that many of the strikers will be dismissed and that disciplinary action will be taken for misconduct during the strike. However, as muchContinue Reading

Public service co-ordinating bargaining council (pscbc) resolution 1 of 2018: agreement on the salary adjustments and improvements on conditions of service in the public service for the period 2019/2020.  PSCBC Resolution 1 of 2018 provides among others for the following cost of living adjustments for employees on salary levels 1Continue Reading

About 500 Community healthcare workers in Cape Town who are NUPSAW members marched to the Western Cape, Health Department to hand over a memorandum. This comes after Nupsaw realized that even though an agreement on the standardization of remuneration had been signed our members in the Western Cape are notContinue Reading

”The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) just like all state-owned enterprises in South Africa is slowly deteriorating unfortunately at the expense of the poorer and tax paying South Africans while the management continues to bag fat salaries and tenders. It is a sad reality that commuters are facedContinue Reading

NUPSAW received feedback from Dis-Chem late last night on our submissions and communications to them. NUPSAW is now trying to secure a meeting with Dis-Chem Pharmacies to finalise and sign the agreement that NUPSAW will table so that workers can go back to work.