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Ministers, deputy ministers and parliamentarians will be pleased after President Cyril Ramphosa accepted recommendations which will result in an increase in their remuneration. However, the move has not been well received.

 


The Constitutional Court's dismissal, in late February 2022, of the public service unions' appeal over the 2018 wage agreement with the South African government marks the end of a long legal battle that began in 2018. 


A tough next round of wage negotiations has been set up after public sector unions lost a court bid that will see their members lose out on the third year increases of the collective wage agreement reached in 2018.


Unions are set to strike at the offices of the Department of Public Enterprises as workers are unhappy with alleged corruption and mismanagement taking place at the national carrier.


Just months after the 2021 Local Government Elections (LGE) , a Northern Cape Municipality is being accused of not paying workers salaries.


After a court bid to halt the hanging over of the Zondo report was dismissed, President Cyril Ramaphosa received part one of the State Capture Commission of Enquiry’s findings.


Less than 3 weeks after returning to the skies, staff from South African Airways (SAA) are having to navigate turbulent skies as staff are unhappy with the working conditions at the national carrier.


South African Airways (SAA) today embarked on its first flight in more than 16 months. As flight SA 317 JNB-CPT departed off from O.R. Tambo International Airport cheers of jubilation rang out.

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