Civil Servants Reject Govt Decision To Pay Bonuses Based On Basic Salary, Minister Says Bonuses Before Christmas

In an interview with Sunday News, Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, Dr Sekai Nzenza, said dates for payments of bonuses were still to be released but emphasised payments would be made before the Christmas holidays.

Said Nzenza:

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I will have to check when the dates will be released but for a fact the bonuses are coming this year in time for Christmas holidays. Again these dates depend on the Salary Service Bureau on how they will do the payments.

Apex council chairperson Mrs Cecilia Alexander told Sunday News that civil servants rejected Government’s decision to pay bonuses on basic salaries. Said Alexander:

While we welcome the payment of bonuses this calendar year, we completely reject the decision to pay bonuses based on basic salary as this amounts to a unilateral withdrawal of a benefit much against the law of the land.

More: Sunday News

Sekai Nzenza

Sekai Nzenza is the current Minister of Industry and Commerce in the Government of Zimbabwe. She is also a writer and an international development consultant specialising in NGO accountability, health, microenterprise and human rights. She was born in rural Zimbabwe and trained as a nurse... Read More About Sekai Nzenza

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One Comment on “Civil Servants Reject Govt Decision To Pay Bonuses Based On Basic Salary, Minister Says Bonuses Before Christmas

  1. This Mthuli Ncube is insensitive. Basic commodities prices shot up by more 300% coz of yo grade zero policies and to add salt to injury you slash civil servants packages. As i always say ZANU people are very selfish and insensitive to its citizens and workers.

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