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Mboweni must reverse decision not to increase public servants’ salaries, say unions

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Trade unions are calling on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to reverse his stance on not increasing public servants’ salaries when he delivers his speech on his emergency revised budget next month.

The National Treasury this week published special adjustment budget guidelines on its site, which include deadlines for departments to make submissions on their adjustment budgets.

The guideline document outlines the processes the Treasury plans to adhere to as it prepares to table the special adjustment budget.

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