Public service unions take on government in labour court

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Ahead of Wednesday’s court showdown, allegations have surfaced of Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu engaging with unions that fall under Cosatu separately and not approaching the ANC’s alliance partner.
Ahead of Wednesday’s court showdown, allegations have surfaced of Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu engaging with unions that fall under Cosatu separately and not approaching the ANC’s alliance partner.

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The legality, or lack thereof, of government’s implementation of the final phase of public servants’ salary increases, in terms of resolution 1 of 2018 of the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council, will take centre stage at the labour court on Wednesday.

This will see the battle between public service unions and the department of public service administration, as well as Treasury, intensifying.

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