Tshwane metro goes to court over demand for higher wages
The metro plans to take the matter to the labour court
The City of Tshwane on Monday said it is going to the labour court to challenge a decision by the SA Local Government Bargaining Council (SALGBC) which called on the cash-strapped metro to abide by a multi-term wage deal which the city said was unaffordable.
The capital city applied to the SALGBC to be exempted from implementing the last leg of a three-year pay deal reached in the council in 2021. In September, however, the SALGBC, a platform for the employer and workers to agree on wages and other conditions of employment, dismissed the exemption application...
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