Jun 23, 2022

Social Media – Do Not Tell Me What To Post Or Like!

Article by Tiekie Mocke, Manager: Legal Department A couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine fell victim to a syndicate that used diversions to get […]
Jun 21, 2022

Promoting employable and innovative youth steps towards addressing youth unemployment

Article by Thandeka Phiri: MISA’s National Training and HR Manager Youth are thriving in sports, arts, culture and other areas. Despite the youth unemployment that plagues […]
Jun 16, 2022

Borrowing Money from a Colleague – Dismissible or Not

– Article by Anneke Venter, Labour Relations Officer One must be blind to not realise that most of us are turning our money over and over […]
Jun 14, 2022

Don’t be ashamed to report domestic violence

14 June 2022 The horrific and disgusting sights of domestic violence in South Africa hit close to home when videos of Nicolene Swart (MISA member), brutally […]
Jun 9, 2022

This is not what I signed up for!

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas Edison Article by […]
Jun 7, 2022

When a strike goes horribly wrong, families starve

7 June 2022 There can be no winners after a three-month strike. The strike at Sibanye-Stillwater’s gold operations ended after employees accepted a revised offer from […]
Jun 2, 2022

Moonlighting – To tell or not to tell – That’s the question

In the current economic climate, it is not uncommon to hear of colleagues who are supplementing their monthly income through moonlighting. Maybe you are moonlighting and […]
May 26, 2022

Abstain to Sustain – Alcohol and Drug Consumption Policies – PAY ATTENTION!

“Drunkenness is nothing but voluntary madness.” – Seneca Introduction Alcohol in the workplace, whether as an after effect or an ‘in progress’, is nothing new in […]
May 19, 2022

Torque the torque or walk the walk!

Ever wonder what the most common failure in the workshop is that leads to dismissal? If you didn’t guess it by now, it is the failure […]