Government gets public sector wage agreement over the line 🔒
Nehawu declines to sign wage deal, but other parties make up a majority
Carol Paton and Luyolo MkentaneUPDATED26 July 2021 - 22:55After three months of talks the government has reached a deal with a majority of public sector employees, with the “interim” one-year wage deal to be implemented as early as Tuesday.With the Public Servants Association (PSA) announcing on Monday that it would sign the deal, the threshold of 50% was reached...
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Albeit it is a meagre 1.5 percent increase augmented with between R1 200 - R1 650 for one financial year, it is something. The focus now shifts to the HUGE MATTER of implementing the last year of the signed 3-year agreement: Concourt loading in August. That one is VERY HUGE.
Nehawu, Solidarity take council to CCMA over wage disputesNehawu and Solidarity have hauled the ARC to the CCMA over its refusal to increase salaries of workers in over two years. salaries unions Pretoria News
Bavuma leads from the front as Proteas sweep T20 seriesTemba Bavuma and Reeza Hendricks starred as the Proteas overpowered Ireland in the third and final T20 to seal a 3-0 series win. Bavuma was set up as the limited overs captain. Killed a decent cricketer - expect retirement end of this year.
Public sector union accepts R1,000 cash allowance offer after salary talks deadlockThe Public Servants Association of SA has accepted a 'R1,000 cash gratuity after tax in the pocket' offer for its 230,000 members, after salary increase negotiations collapsed. Unions are now weakened and failed to deliver salary increase for 2 consecutive years. Do we still need unions in SA? Unions r useless. Awu madoda asisenama union.
Public sector union accepts R1,000 cash allowance offer after salary talks deadlockThe Public Servants Association of SA has accepted a 'R1,000 cash gratuity after tax in the pocket' offer for its 230,000 members, after salary increase negotiations collapsed. That is not increament but COVID 19 grant that is going to expire next year. R1000 for how many months
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