Sita board to mull PSA proposals to end wage strike
Union embarked on a ‘national shutdown’ from Wednesday which disrupted online services at government departments, including defence
The State Information Technology Agency (Sita) board is on Thursday expected to discuss some of the options tabled by the Public Servants Association (PSA) to end a wage dispute that has disrupted network connectivity and online services at government departments and state agencies.
This is as Sita said it was preparing to unilaterally implement its final 5% offer to all employees on October 25, a move the union said will create “long-lasting resentment, animosity and distrust among all parties involved”...
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