Ntshavheni proposing 30% pay cut for struggling post office workers, unions claim | News24

While the average post office worker is already concerned about the entity retaining their medical aid contributions, Communications and Digital Technologies Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni suggested a 30% salary cut for employees.

2021-10-16 04:45:00 PM

While the average post office worker is already concerned about the entity retaining their medical aid contributions, Communications and Digital Technologies Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni suggested a 30% salary cut for employees. | kaveels

While the average post office worker is already concerned about the entity retaining their medical aid contributions, Communications and Digital Technologies Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni suggested a 30% salary cut for employees.

Ntshavheni also suggested salaries should be paid at a later date, something the unions have rejected, saying they would not go back on salary gains that have been achieved over a number of years.Support independent journalism Read more: News24 »

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kaveels Minister oo wa nnyela, everything is expensive now she expects you to take a pay cut, she must first take a pay cut for being incompetent kaveels A failed State under CyrilRamaphosa. FACT! Job cuts, salary cuts, ANC staff not paid, ANC factionalised, no increament for GovernmentZA employees. Where did Silili come from?

kaveels Leli venda leli is the devil in the walking ..cut yours prior to even think of such kaveels In the normal business environment the post office should be close, it's unproductive unprofitable and got a corrupt managment. Stealing from the taxpayers kaveels WTF? kaveels That should be done to parliamentarians. We don't see their work more so to those of the ruling party it should be 40%

kaveels The anc deals with their stupid voters one at a time,by the time they wake they will all be unemployed. kaveels 😳😳😳😳😳😳😳 kaveels It's fine, let's start with you Ms Minister. We can't afford you either, 50% off. Then we can talk about the post office. kaveels “Mark Barnes rips government over interference with Sapo”

kaveels Mmmmmmmm i can see the looters are running low on state resources and capital! They even want to reduce salaries to have more money for looting…. But fhen again, who is the Postoffice again?

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kaveels Yhooooo! Does it include her salary? kaveels Maybe she should cut her salary o that of a post office worker and then further cut it by just 5% sibone kaveels Why kaveels 30% pay cut? kaveels Heres a thought, just stop the looting and stealing, put honest competent people in to work the posts, then maybe you may get paying customers again.

lira12_joy kaveels Vote ANC out 🤞 kaveels kaveels Satanism at it best kaveels Let her show the way. Take one 1st kaveels Is she taking a 30% salary cut too?

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