Musicians Union of South Africa


Musicians Union of South Africa
MUSA
Full name Musicians Union of South Africa
Members 700
Country South Africa
Affiliation COSATU
Key people Oupa. Lebogo, general secretary
Office location Braamfontein, South Africa

The Musicians Union of South Africa (MUSA) is a trade union in South Africa. It has a membership of 700 and is affiliated with the Congress of South African Trade Unions.

External links

  • MUSA at the COSATU.
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