Fears mount over continued retrenchments

Fears mount over continued retrenchments

18.2.2020

Fears mount over continued retrenchments

The list of announced plans to retrench in 2020, both in the private and public sectors, has grown rapidly.

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NEVA MAKGETLA: Use of pension funds to rescue Eskom is a viable optionFor most workers, it would be worth sacrificing some future income to avoid retrenchment No. Find other viable options. Using state pension funds is really only raiding the over taxed tax payer. State pensions are guaranteed by the state. This is the ANC s underhand plan. Cvots

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