Debates rage on public sector pay

2018-05-22 14:10

Furious debates about whether to sign or dispute the latest public sector pay deal are now underway at all levels within Cosatu-affiliated public sector unions.

Public sector union considering striking solo amid another delay in wage talks

2018-05-16 06:31

The Public Servants Association is considering striking alone, following yet another postponement in the protracted wage negotiations with government.

Paralysis grips SA government in 5 key ways amid ANC vote

2017-11-29 07:36

An acrimonious battle for control of the ANC has paralysed several government departments, as ruling party leaders focus on electioneering and officials delay taking decisions until they learn who their new political masters will be.

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There is enough for all the people in this country - KZN pensioner

2016-07-16 13:01

A long-time resident of Port Shepstone, Joey Morrise, 81, wants the government to start "pulling up its socks".

Merc SA building trade academy for city

2015-02-20 13:56

Mercedes-Benz and the South African Treasury have formed a partnership in a job-creation initiative by establishing a learning academy in East London.

 

PSA not budging as government, unions agree to above-inflation wage hikes

2018-05-19 07:03

An agreement was finally reached in the protracted public sector wage negotiations but at least one union, the Public Servants Association will not sign it.

Government offers state workers inflation-busting pay rise

2018-05-11 07:36

South Africa is offering unions representing 1 million state employees inflation-busting pay increases at a time when the country needs to rein in spending to help keep its investment-grade credit rating.

‘Government policies not helping blacks’

2017-04-16 06:00

Deputy Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Obed Bapela has admitted that government’s procurement policies are hindering black business.

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