Dalindyebo still receiving R1.1m salary

Less than a month into his 12-year jail term, AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo is recovering from an ailment at a private hospital in the Eastern Cape, safe in the knowledge that his R1.1m salary and medical aid is still being paid. Eastern Cape Correctional Services spokesperson Zama Feni said Dalindyebo[…]

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Zuma does care: Presidency on salary hike

Despite getting a salary increase of R130 000 annually, or 5%, President Jacob Zuma insists he is sensitive to the country’s social and economic conditions. In response to media reports that he would now be getting a salary of more than R2.7m a year, Zuma said he has opted on[…]

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Reopen wage negotiations: Nehawu

Nehawu on Wednesday called for public service wage negotiations to be reopened. “The three-year agreement we signed in 2012 is coming to an end in March 2015, hence we have reopened the negotiations at the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council,” the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) said[…]

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