Public servants seek 10% wage hike

The Public Servants Association (PSA) has rejected government's 2% wage hike proposal. The union is seeking an above-inflation increase of 10% and says if the request is not met, members will embark on strike action. Business Day TV spoke to Reuben Maleka, GM of the Public Servants Association for more detail on the union’s stance.
13 Jul 2022 12PM English South Africa Business · Business News

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