PSA says wage talks have reached a deadlock

The Public Servants' Association have declared a deadlock in the public service wage negotiations. Claude Naiker, the PSA spokesperson, discussed the situation with eNCA's Dan Moyane. Courtesy of #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The Public Servants Association have declared a deadlock in public service wage negotiations.

PSA spokesperson Claude Naicker says they won't accept anything less than three percent.

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"Government has tried to make several offers like voluntary packages, two percent wage offer and we are not agreeing to what they have put on the table," he said.

The PSA said it will be conducting a strike ballot among its members.


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