Public Servants Association (PSA) has declared a dispute after an offer by the government that the union has described as absurd.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on South Africans to be part of the public consultation process around the draft National Implementation Framework and let their voices be heard
Minister Mchunu says the anti-corruption courses are designed to prevent, detect, combat and investigate corruption in the public service.
A director-general at the Commission, was placed on suspension by President Cyril Ramaphosa, over the appointment of his alleged mistress to a high-ranking post
Ramaphosa believes that there needs to be a clear line between politics and the ‘crucial’ work don by SA’s public servants.
Researchers say the security and well-being of employees in the public sector are important as they deliver a range of crucial services to South Africans, from municipal services to education to utilities – many of which have been front-line services in the fight against COVID-19.
In a statement, the Public Service and Administration department noted the allegations have been escalated to President Cyril Ramaphosa
Public service workers received their regular salaries on Wednesday. Government has breached a 2018 agreement to increase wages.
Budget sends a message that South Africa is open for business and seeking to rein in debt, says experts. But there’s still a long way to go.
The Public Service Commission has completed its report after an unannounced inspection at Cecilia Makiwane and Frere Hospitals in East London.
This, the government hopes, will allow more candidates an opportunity to gain employment in the public service sector.
Five exceptional winners were honoured and awarded.
The Minister echoed that his department’s primary aspiration is to care and serve citizens.
Fallen heroes and heroines were commemorated.
The bad news for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane continues to roll in as the Public Servants Association (PSA) has called her hypocritical.
Nehawu is firmly against government’s plan to retrench 30 000 public sector workers, claiming there are better ways to save money.
Politicians and fancy cars.
At the heart of the impasse is a bitter wage dispute.
This move, Mabuza said, would address youth unemployment in South Africa.
South Africa spends 14% of its GDP on employees of the state – the second-highest on a list of public sector figures produced by the World Bank.
Reckless spenders within the ANC could soon see their days numbered. Lifestyle audits will target anyone with their hands in the till.
Trade Unions are unhappy with the latest announcement of proposed job cuts in the public service sector.
Deputy President David Mabuza admits that the public sector is over-staffed.
Ayanda Dlodlo highly criticised the reporting of the Mail & Guardian newspaper…
The ANC says the proposed retrenchment strategy will cut the government’s salary bill by R20 billion.