Court rules in favour of SAMWU
27 June 2012
The South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) has warned of a massive labour court case.
The court has ruled in favour of SAMWU and against local government.
SAMWUs Tahir Sema said many municipal workers are to get a salary adjustment and a back dated payment beginning in 2009.
Sema added that this is likely to level the wage curve that currently exists in local government.
He said that this is also to ensure that the lower income workers get paid more equitable and a more fair salary as opposed to their managers.
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