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Public Service Union Serves SA Revenue Services (SARS) with Strike Notice Over Wages

SOUTH AFRICA
  • The Public Servants' Association served the SA Revenue Service with notice of an intention to strike following a deadlock during wage talks.
  • The union is demanding a CPI plus 7% increase be applied to across the board and says the employer made a final offer of a zero percent increase.
  • If the deadlock is not broken ahead of time, the PSA strike is expected to begin next week Thursday. - News24
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  • The Public Servants' Association served the SA Revenue Service with notice of an intention to strike following a deadlock during wage talks.
  • The union is demanding a CPI plus 7% increase be applied to across the board and says the employer made a final offer of a zero percent increase.
  • If the deadlock is not broken ahead of time, the PSA strike is expected to begin next week Thursday. - News24