Press Releases

Nov 25, 2022

MISA’s Martlé Keyter wants to make a difference

25 November 2022 For the past 28 years Martlé Keyter, MISA’s Chief Executive Officer: Operations, has been striving to eliminate gender-based violence and harassment wherever she […]
Nov 16, 2022

MISA’s contribution to Eliminate Workplace Violence and Harassment gets global recognition

16 November 2022   MISA is honoured, proud and grateful to announce that the Union’s work to eliminate workplace violence and harassment in the retail motor […]
Oct 11, 2022

MISA’s revised wage demand to 8,5%

11 October 2022   MISA, the Motor Industry Staff Association, lowered its wage demand to 8,5% as a sign of the Union’s commitment to continue wage […]
Oct 4, 2022

Suzuki Westrand ordered to pay up for discriminating against unvaccinated employee

4 October 2022 Suzuki Westrand paid damages and compensation of R156 070-00 to former Sales Executive Wilna Ooteman after the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration […]
Sep 30, 2022

Unemployed man regulates traffic during load shedding hoping to find a job

30 September 2022 Thabo Quka (32) puts his life in danger every day to regulate traffic in Garsfontein, Pretoria, during load shedding to prevent another accident, […]
Sep 27, 2022

Saving the planet for future generations

27 September 2022 MISA members felt the reality of climate change in the retail motor industry over the past year due to the severe impact of […]
Sep 7, 2022

Lower fuel price welcome, but a sustainable solution is needed

7 September 2022   #MISA welcomes the drop of both grades of petrol by R2.04 cents today, but will continue with its efforts to find a […]
Jul 12, 2022

MISA members Urgent Reminder: Please RSVP to attend the AGM in your region.

Jul 6, 2022

55 000 Employees trust #MISA in the retail motor industry

6 July 2022 A thousand more members decided to join #MISA, the Motor Industry Staff Association, over the past six weeks. The Union continues to be […]