Labour federation Federation of Unions of South Africa has threatened to strike over government’s decision to backtrack on a three year agreement that would have given civil servants a seven percent wage increase from the beginning of next month.
The country’s second-biggest labour federation, Fedusa, is threatening to down tools in the public sector over government’s decision to backtrack on a three-year agreement that would have given civil servants a 7% wage increase from the beginning of March.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) says Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, must desist from cutting the public sector wage bill.
SAA’s Business Rescue Practitioners have confirmed that a further extension for publication of their proposed restructuring plan from 28 February to 31 March 2020 has been approved by the majority of creditors.
The South African Revenue Service has warned non-compliant taxpayers and traders that it will act firmly and professionally with them.