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DPSA reassures public servants of commitment to Wage Negotiation Agreement

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The DPSA has reassured public servants of its commitment to implementing the Wage Negotiation Agreement, further confirming the provision of employee benefits on levels 1 – 12 covered by OSDs.

The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) has committed to implementing the Wage Negotiation Agreement, in a statement issued on Thursday, 19 August 2021. It stated that the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) Resolution 1 of 2021, aimed at providing improvements to conditions of service in public service, recently concluded.

The DPSA confirmed that its Director-General, Yoliswa Makhasi had reiterated government’s commitment to implementing the 2021/22 wage negotiation for its public servants as soon as possible. The PSCBC Resolution 1 of 2021 will set out to provide the implementation of two distinct types of employee benefits on salary levels 1 – 12, with those employees being covered by occupation specific dispensations (OSDs) on equivalent levels.

These will include the payment of non-pensionable monthly cash allowances, with effect from 1 April 2021, to be implemented on or before 15 September 2021. Levels 1 – 5 will be allocated an allowance of R1 220.00, levels 6 – 7 will be allocated R1 352.00, levels 8 – 9 will be allocated R1 450.00, levels 10 – 11 will be allocated R1 640.00, and level 12 will receive R1 695.00. Makhasi has reassured public servants that the department’s officials are working tirelessly to ensure a smooth delivery on the agreed commitments.

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Mahlohonolo Lakaje
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