Labour unions vow to fight public sector wage freeze, blast govt over money lost to corruption

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The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa), says it will fight the government at every turn, following its decision to freeze public sector wage increases until 2024.

"We are completely opposed to that. Government cannot enforce measures onto public servants who have been working diligently during the course of this pandemic and government equally cannot show its hand when it needs to clean up its own backyard," Fedusa general secretary Riefdah Ajam said on Wednesday.

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