What We Offer
We as a union do what is best for our members. This is just a few services we provide.
How can we help you?
You will have someone to look after your interests at the workplace, ensuring your employer treats you fairly.
You will have access to a well established Pension or Provident Fund to look after your future.
Keep up to date with what is happening in the union.
What's happening 2019?
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The Retirement Fund for the Printing industry’s annual report is now available. To see view or download the report click here.
SATU Journal - June 2019 - Vol 106
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The South African Typographical Union was established in 1898 as a National Union and has served the Printing Newspaper and Packaging Industry for 120 years with distinction. Throughout these years the South African Typographical Union has concentrated on organizing the technical employees in these sectors.
However, due to technological changes in the industry and the reduction of technical workers, it had to amend its Constitution to take in many other Allied Sectors.
We offer a variety of benefits to our members.
The Union has Branches / Regional Offices with highly trained Union Officials and staff who assists Members with all their labour issues.
Bursaries are available to the children of members. provided they passed by a minimum of 65% to go and study at the tertiary institution of their choice.
Out Of Work
All members R250.00 per week 1 week payment for every 6 weeks contributions received to a maximum of 26 weeks.
Mortality Trust Fund
All SATU members are covered by the Mortality Trust Fund in the event of death to assist with funeral costs.
Get a hold of us at one of our many branches.
Ask Us a Question
If you have any inquiries don't hesitate to send us a message.
Head office |
4 Estcourt Avenue, Wierdapark, Centurion.
Tel: 012 338 2021
Fax: 086 433 5143