Victory to NUPSAW following their march to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) earlier this year, regarding exploitation of the workers by Dischem Pharmacies, the abuse of power and corruption by the Commissioner Marleze Bligaunt and others. NUPSAW members embarked on a long strike on the 13th
Zevenwacht employees should not be dismissed. However, to stress the importance of compliance with picketing rules and a court order, which compliance is fundamental to upholding the rule of law in society, it is appropriate that the employees be given a final written warning for breach of picketing rules and
Who is presiding as commissioner over our Dis-Chem member’s arbitration hearings? One of NUPSAW grievances is that she uses her agency, Labour Elite agency when she is handling the arbitration hearings on the charges that Dis-Chem holds against our members. The charges they have against us are about NUPSAW members
The strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies which had its offset on 16 November 2018 officially ended today, 10 April 2019, with workers going back to work. Dis-Chem announced that many of the strikers will be dismissed and that disciplinary action will be taken for misconduct during the strike. However, as much
Early Retirement of Public Servants without penalization of pension benefits. On 4 April 2018 the Employer made a presentation during the negotiations in the PSCBC facilitation process, quoting President Ramaphosa’s statement during the State of the Nation Address as follows: “Growth, development and transformation depend on a strong and capable state.
Public service co-ordinating bargaining council (pscbc) resolution 1 of 2018: agreement on the salary adjustments and improvements on conditions of service in the public service for the period 2019/2020. PSCBC Resolution 1 of 2018 provides among others for the following cost of living adjustments for employees on salary levels 1
The National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers (NUPSAW) handed over a memorandum to the Office of the State President demanding a stop to the practice of transferring funds to Early Childhood Development Centres who pay themselves fat salaries every month, but forcing workers to live below the lower-bound
Increase of Levies: From 01 April 2015 to date, the PHSDSBC has been funded by a levy contribution of R5.00 per employee and R5.00 per employee from the Employer (a total of R10.00). The contribution of R10.00 referred to can no longer sustain the strategic objectives and operational functions of the