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State’s wage freeze sparks apoplexy

Public sector unions have cried foul over the government’s plan to freeze wages for three years and have vowed to fight back.

Mkhwebane suspends another senior official

This brings to five the number of senior officials currently suspended — suspensions that have put her on a collision course with the Public Servants Association

PSA accepts Sars offer to end strike

The second union on strike at the agency, Nehawu, is yet to say whether it will end the strike

Sars staff to down tools amidst imminent appointment of new commissioner

The Public Service Association confirmed on Tuesday night that lengthy talks between the tax agency and unions had collapsed

Workers want say in PIC board

Unionists want greater transparency after revelations and allegations about impropriety

Flaming row over health dept dangers

As deadly fires tear through unsafe buildings in Gauteng, civil servants tell state: ‘We warned you’

#JoburgFire: ‘This is what we warned would happen’ – unions

The fire comes after the unions were told just last Friday that the department would not be moving offices despite their complaints about safety

Bombshell plan to lay off 30 000 public servants

The move is in line with a reconfiguration process to drastically cut the state's wage bill

PSA claims victory over Sassa

The PSA and the agency have not been able to reach an agreement on wage increases for workers since the union tabled its demands in February

Striking PSA workers taken to labour court

The PSA received court papers on Monday to say that the department of social development would apply for an interdict to stop the strike

Sassa strike will ‘cripple’ operations – PSA

The PSA has been engaged in prolonged and conflict-ridden wage negotiations

Sassa strike won’t disrupt grants payouts, says public servants union

The strike is planned from June  11 and will take place on days when there are no pay outs

PSA plans for ‘Day of Rage’, indefinite strike

The PSA says it will begin a fresh round of strike action on Monday June 11, starting with protests it is calling a "Day of Rage".

Sadtu accuses PSA of being ‘all bark and no bite’

Calling the PSA a puppy, the teachers' union has accused the organisation of having no political clarity.

Nupsaw rejects public sector wage deal

Nupsaw general secretary Success Mataitsane said the union “rejects this agreement with the contempt it deserves”

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