Apex Council Maintains Demand For Civil Servants Salaries In US$s

The Apex Council, the civil servants representative body on Friday requested the government to urgently convene a salaries negotiations meeting.

In a letter addressed to Dr Sekai Nzenza, the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Apex Council chairperson Cecilia Alexander said:

As the above matter refers, Apex Council hereby requests your August office to convene an urgent NJNC meeting on or before the 9th of October 2019 to map way forward on continuous escalating cost of living.

The council also wishes to bring to your attention that it maintains its demand of salaries payment be indexed to interbank rate basing on the salary scale of October 2018.

The call is made when workers including doctors have argued that the soaring inflation has over the months eroded their salaries to the extent that they are now incapacitated to perform their duties and responsibilities.

National Joint Negotiating Council (NJNC), which combines the workers and government, last met in July this year.

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2 comments on “Apex Council Maintains Demand For Civil Servants Salaries In US$s

  1. This is an evil regime lead by a clueless and selfish Zanu smelling of corruption and blood. They wont listen to workers as ussual.

  2. How do they except people to grow the economy under such an economic environment?? We have the worst leadership crises in the world.Why not announce to the world that you are all going to rule for this term only like what Mr Mandela did in South Africa???

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