Municipal workers are asking for a one-year 15% or R4,000 salary increase, whichever is greater, to help members cope with the rising cost of living.

The SA Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) has blamed the rising cost of living for demanding wage increases almost three times the inflation rate. The wage talks will start at the SA Local Government Bargaining Council later in March...

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