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Civil Servants, Govt Meet Again Over Salaries

Civil Servants, Govt Meet Again Over Salaries

Representatives from the Government and civil servants are set for another National Joint Negotiating Council (NJNC) meeting on Friday (tomorrow) with the issue of salaries high on the agenda.

The two parties held their first NJNC meeting of the year on Wednesday where improving the welfare of civil servants took centre stage.

Early reports had indicated that the meeting failed to kick off yesterday as representatives could not connect on Zoom due to connectivity and power challenges.

However, the Permanent Secretary in the Minister of Public service, Labour and Social Welfare, Simon Masanga, said the Government tabled on offer to civil servants and the latter requested another feedback meeting which will be held tomorrow. Said Masanga:

Yesterday we had a virtual meeting where we deliberated on the offer that the government was putting on the table.

Workers requested to go and consult their membership and come back with the feedback tomorrow on the cost of living adjustment and other non-monetary benefits that government workers are entitled to.

Chairperson of the Apex Council, the umbrella body of civil servants representatives, Cecilia Alexander, confirmed that they will be meeting with the Government on Friday.

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13 Comments

Zodoc Chikaponya 7 months ago

Ini ndinonetseka nechinhu one why is it mu Zimbabwe munoita kungati ma Teacher ndoega ma Civil servants, because dzungu rinozoita mapurisa ne masoldiers kana vakumhanyisa ma Teachers they act kungati ivo havazi maservant edu


Peaceful 7 months ago

Kkkkk Teachers and nurses are the only known civil servants who can fight for justice wages. Soldiers, Police officers, ZPCS, Intelligent Officers are bound by the so called oaths to keep quite. However they rejoice when they see teachers and nurses striking and pushing for salaries which are human enough to support human living.
Munyu hauchavava Mamukanganwa here

Zodoc Chikaponya 7 months ago

Dayi zvikanzi panopihwa kana kuwedzerwa mari ma Civil servants kunongoitirwa plan ma teachers because ndivo vanenge vangori pa fore front chete. Ndivo vega vanoita sevanoziva marights avo. The rest hayiwa zvindumurwa, zvongoitiswa nxaaa


BuJuh 7 months ago

@Zodoc mapurisa n soldiers vanoshandsa chisimba sooo vakasvika panevanhu vane mari vasingade kupinzwa buiz those guyz vanopiwa mari voregerera vanhu fact maTeachers avaburitse BaG ndipo pane tsoro yachona; only GOD knowz Bindu richapera pan'ono pan'ono


Kkkk 7 months ago

Mean while, pane vatotambira 10 000 nhasi and bread is now 200


Mhazi of silobela 7 months ago

Am one of them dawana 10240

Imwe mbeu 7 months ago

As long as mukudira mvura muMoto hapana pauchapfuta


Tkt 7 months ago

@ImweMbewu uchirevei, hatisi tese mashona wangu

as for me, i hope for the best.


Greedy 7 months ago

It's a parable Wangu ie if you estiguish 🔥 Fire with water then they won't be any 🔥 Fire
Okindo 🤣🤣

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MaFyt 7 months ago

@Greedy meening what izvo ndazvinzwa izvo i want the meaning of the parable in relation to the STORY.


WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 7 months ago

IT IS TRUE THAT CIVIL SERVANTS AND PENSIONERS HAD BEEN BORED TO THE BONE MARROW THIS MORNING WHEN THEY WOKE UP TO BE GREETED WITH NEWS THAT GOVERNMENT AND WORKERS REPRESENTITIVES HAD FAILED TO MEET BECAUSE OF INTERCONNECTIVITY PROBLEMS.

HOWEVER NEWS STARTED FILTERING IN THE AFTERNOON THAT THEY HAD HOWEVER MET AND PROMISED TO MEET AGAIN ON FRIDAY. APEX COUNCIL HAD ASKED FOR TIME TO CONSULT THEIR CONSTITUENCIES.

ALL CIVIL SERVANTS ARE KEEPING THEIR FINGERS CROSSED ANTICIPATING TO RECEIVE GOOD RESULTS AT THE END OF THE DAY TOMORROW.

YOURS SINCERELY
CDE KUFA KWANGU ZVAROVA
{ THE BUSH LAWYER }


Doroguru 7 months ago

Mangwana ndri kutya zvinhu two

1. maresults emeeting yeApex
2. maresults emawarriors.

Pane kakufanana pateam idzi!
🤭🤭🤭


Mr ndhlumbi 7 months ago

They is no need to negotiate. Vana Ed ngavangotipe ma5 waya USD or equivalent rtgs ataipahwa namdhara bhobho simple as that. they have failed to improve from Mugabe's era bcoz they actually revised the figure down to as low as Usd 150. Takato demonstretera bhobho tichit ibva pachigaro 500 USD yauri kutipa ishoma. Tisingazive kut tiri kufarira n'anga neinobata Mai huroyi. Wat a shame



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