Public service wage bill to be reduced eNCA
Government says these revised amounts will guide upcoming talks with unions to review wage agreements.Thursday 27 February 2020 - 5:40am File: The wage bill is to be cut by a R160-billion over the next three years. Herbert Opland / eNCA JOHANNESBURG - The wage bill is to be cut by a R160-billion over the next three years. This was announced by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni who is hoping to contain the country’s spiraling debt. Cuts of nearly R38-billion are proposed this year. R55-billion next year and over R67-billion the following year. Public wage bill: Government says these revised amounts will guide upcoming talks with unions to review wage agreements but, this will be an uphill battle. Unions have already expressed concerns. Source Read more: eNCA
Start with the cabinet and MPs. Yip , trim the fat off that cash cow ! Some MP’s might have to do real work
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