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 more than a century of service to its members, the PSA represents more than 235 000 public servants, Public Service pensioners and employees of semi-state institutions.
The PSA's conduct is aimed at achieving the Union mission, guided by the values of: loyalty, transparency, respect, ethical conduct, consistency, and service excellence.
As a trade union, the PSA's principal purpose is to regulate the relationship between employers and employees. The PSA creates a collective bargaining leverage for its members and provides a service to them by:
As a registered trade union, the PSA’s main objective is the effective protection and promotion of the collective and individual rights and interests of its members at their respective workplaces.
In terms of its Statute, and MOI, the PSA’s objectives, amongst others, are to:
|Memorandum of incorporation