ABOUT US


The PSA (Public Servants Association of South Africa) is a registered trade union at the forefront of labour developments.

The PSA is the largest, politically non-affiliated,fully-representative union in the Public Service. With a proud history of decades of service to its members, the PSA represents more than 235 000 public sector employees.

The PSA's conduct is aimed at achieving the Unions mission, guided by the values of: loyalty, transparency, respect, integrity, consistency, and service excellence.

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IN THE NEWS


Deputy Minister on state wage bill plan

Deputy Minister on state wage bill plan
 18 Jul 2019
 Ligwalagwala FM

Offline! 'Our frustration in dealing with Home Affairs'

Offline! 'Our frustration in dealing with Home Affairs'
 17 Jul 2019
 IOL

Govt offers retirement packages to public servants

Govt offers retirement packages to public servants
 16 Jul 2019
 SABC News

#FSbudget: Education faces enormous task

#FSbudget: Education faces enormous task
 15 Jul 2019
 OFM

Custodians of R2 trillion in pensions and state funds (New PIC Directors)

Custodians of R2 trillion in pensions and state funds (New PIC Directors)
 13 Jul 2019
 City press

Stop blaming the Home Affairs staff, says union

Stop blaming the Home Affairs staff, says union
 12 Jul 2019
 Mercury

The week that was in the finance community

The week that was in the finance community
 12 Jul 2019
 M&A

FEDUSA Welcomes Appointment of Worker Leaders to Interim PIC Board

FEDUSA Welcomes Appointment of Worker Leaders to Interim PIC Board
 12 Jul 2019
 Polity

Eskom PIC rescue; Rand rebound; Woolies improved outlook; SAA chair flies off; Q2 recovery

Eskom PIC rescue; Rand rebound; Woolies improved outlook; SAA chair flies off; Q2 recovery
 12 Jul 2019
 Linda Van Tilburg

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PSA Magazine 3/2019

June 2019
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Annual Report

2017/18

PSA Link 10/2019

July 2019

The Story of the Union with a Soul

In 2007, the PSA’s Board of Directors and management approved social responsibility as a core objective for the Union in developing and support its members as well as their communities. From these humble beginnings, the various initiatives have made an enormous impact in the lives of those who are faced with the challenge of surviving. From providing jerseys and school equipment to thousands of underprivileged children to funding a dancing wheelchair to fulfill the dreams of a young talented person, the Union has brought hope and relief to many South Africans. This book reflects a decade of stories from the PSA’s corporate social investments.