JOHANNESBURG - Expect disruptions at car licencing offices and border posts on Thursday.
Those are some services which will be hit when government workers belonging to the Public Servants Association embark on a one-day stay-away.
Wage talks between public sector unions and the government remain deadlocked.
Last week unions Denosa, Nehawu, POPCRU and HOSPERSA issued strike certificates.
But they are yet to notify the government of their plans.
Workers have rejected government's 3 percent wage increase and have also called for R1,000 monthly gratuity payment to continue beyond March next year.
The Public Servants Association -- which started lunchtime pickets last week -- says Thursday's stay-away will impact a number of government departments.