24 March 2015
The Young Communist League of
South Africa has thrown its support to the ten percent wage hike demand by
public service unions.
The public sector negotiations
resumed today after it was put on hold following the death of Public Service
and Administration Minister Collins Chabane.
YCLSA National Spokesperson
Khaya Xaba said they have confidence that the Congress of South African Trade
Union will continue to fight for workers and their demands.
“We are calling on our
government to meet these unions half way and give workers what is due to them.
These workers are the hardest working people so they due to what they are
asking for, we feel that the 10% is justifiable considering the basic
commodities price’s going up.” Xaba added.
He also said that government
must come to the table and negotiate in earnest.
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