Public sector deadlock: ‘It’s do or die’

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PSA assistant general manager Reuben Maleka confirmed that meetings had been held over the weekend and other stakeholders had also been roped in to try to avert another stalemate/ Photo: YouTube
PSA assistant general manager Reuben Maleka confirmed that meetings had been held over the weekend and other stakeholders had also been roped in to try to avert another stalemate/ Photo: YouTube

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Despite a last-ditch emergency meeting over the weekend between government and public service unions to avert full-blown industrial action, no consensus was reached and yet another deadlock was declared, with a public sector strike now looking likely to happen next month.

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