public servants' wages

 
Public sector wage deal inches closer as more unions sign
Public sector wage deal inches closer as more unions sign
The public sector wage agreement is close to being a done deal, with 48% of workers represented by trade unions at the Public Service Coordinating...
US government workers home without pay as shutdown impasse drags on
US government workers home without pay as shutdown impasse drags on
Hundreds of thousands of US federal employees were staying home without pay Monday after lawmakers failed to reach an agreement on ending a...
Elephants in the budget room
Elephants in the budget room
There is a meme that is often posted on social media when someone has had a particularly bad day.
Government to cut public sector wages
Government to cut public sector wages
In a bid to reassure foreign investors, the ratings agencies and the South African public, Finance Minister Pravin ­Gordhan announced that...
Union demands will cripple SA cities, say municipalities
Union demands will cripple SA cities, say municipalities
The 18% pay rise demand of municipal workers is not affordable for municipalites, the South African Local Government Association (Salga) said on...
Nurses will take the pain
Nurses will take the pain
It is illegal for them to strike but they know the weight of numbers is on their side
'Doctors can't be doctors if they don't go through us'
'Doctors can't be doctors if they don't go through us'
Public servants demand 8,6% salary increase
Cosatu unions to go on strike
Cosatu unions to go on strike
Public service unions affiliated to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Wednesday resolved to go on strike over wages.
Unions 'must show discipline on wages'
Unions 'must show discipline on wages'
Workers should exercise discipline when demanding higher wage settlements, Deputy Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said on Wednesday.
Cosatu tightens the screws
Cosatu tightens the screws
Trade union leaders are turning the screws on President Jacob Zuma's new administration to pay state employees a living wage.

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