The Government as the employer has added salt to the injury by tabling an insulting revised offer of 5.3% for this year’s salary adjustment from their opening offer of 5.2%. This offer was tabled at the PSCBC (Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council in Centurion on Thursday, 20 May 2010. The
The labour representatives from the Independent Labour Caucus (ILC) and Cosatu and the Employer’s representatives, reached an agreement yesterday to postpone the salary negotiations, with the exception of NUPSAW. NUPSAW is of the view that negotiations must be concluded long before the start of the World Cup. The ILC was
The National Union of Public Service & Allied Workers (NUPSAW), General Secretary; Success Mataitsane and Nupsaws’ President; Ezra Mfigwana will be speaking at the May-Day rally in celebration of The Workers Day, at KZN-ULUNDI on May 1st at 10H00am. NUPSAW has been in existence for over a decade and its
We have been taken from pillar to post by the government since the onset of the salary negotiations process in April, but that’s expected. Government has no conscience given a chance they will have us working for nothing, they will suffocate us. But we have endured this journey through the
The education sector of the trade union Nupsaw rejects the blatant arrogance with which the Minister of Basic Education expects from teachers and school children to turn-up at schools on 28 June, which falls within their scheduled holiday, to fetch those textbooks that the Department has neglected to deliver on
Limpopo Fire Fighters take to the streets on Friday 10 November in protest of unnecessary outsourcing and their monthly salary of R2000 VENUE: LIMPOPO ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS PROVINCIAL OFFICES The National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers condemn in the strongest terms the exploitation of Fire-Fighters in the country. The
The trade union Nupsaw has taken note of the Department of Education expecting from (schools) principals and children to turn up at schools during the scheduled school holiday. As a union, we have an obligation to safeguard the rights of our members. We, therefore, reject the blatant arrogance (heavy-handed and
Stephen Grootes | 6 hours ago JOHANNESBURG – The National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers (NUPSAW) on Thursday rejected the public sector pay agreement. The three-year agreement has been hailed by Public Service and Administration Minister Lindiwe Sisulu as allowing the government to change the way it works.