COSATU North West intervenes on the non-payment of security personnel

The Congress of South Africa Trade Unions in the North West province has met with the Premier Job Mokgoro to intervene on the matter s related to the non payment of security personnel who are contracted to the provincial administration. COSATU and the Premier have agreed that all workers must be paid within seven days and that a follow-up meeting will be convened in the coming week to finalise the logistics of the payments.

The two parties have also agreed to look into the future of the security personnel in the province with a view of exploring an option of absorbing them as permanent employees of the provincial administration. COSATU welcomes the intervention made by the Premier and we anticipate good cooperation moving forward.

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