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Parties to the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) met today where a draft agreement emanating from the facilitation process, was tabled for parties to consider.
The highlights of the agreement include the following:
Trade unions now have the opportunity to consult their members and seek mandates on the provisions of the agreement. The consultation process must be concluded within a 21-day period.
The PSCBC will pronounce on the outcomes after the consultation period or as and when the agreement reaches a majority.
The PSCBC would like to express our appreciation towards the parties for their commitment and dedication to the negotiations process. We also want to thank public servants for their patience with allowing parties to amicably conclude on this matter.
30 August 2022
Issued: General Secretary PSCBC: Frikkie De Bruin
Media enquiries: Oomang Parag, 082 319 1198
The parties to the public service summit on collective bargaining, held at Emperors Palace Conference Centre in Gauteng, from 28-31 March 2022, hereby declare and commit to the principles, objectives and agreements set out in this declaration;
The parties gathered for this summit under the theme “Strengthening and defending centralised collective bargaining to advance economic development, social justice, a capable and developmental state, labour peace and the democratisation of the workplace”;