The Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union’s (IMATU) President, Stanley Khoza, and Deputy President, Keith Swanepoel, will be joining the President of the Republic of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, and Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA), Pravin Gordhan, at the Presidential Local Government Summit today, in Midrand.
This in an update on the current status of the national Housing Allowance dispute as well as the Main Collective Agreement negotiations. Negotiations to finalise collective bargaining on the Main Collective Agreement, which includes the Housing Allowance, took place on 14 August 2014 and was conducted under the auspices of a facilitator, Mr Pat Stone. […]
The first round of negotiations on a new wage curve collective agreement was held on 15 August 2014. IMATU explained the basis of our proposal for a new wage curve collective agreement and answered questions of clarity posed by SALGA. However, we were unable to present a joint labour position to SALGA as other parties […]
This in an update on the current status of the national housing allowance dispute. Please note that the parties to the SALGBC have decided to return to the bargaining table in a last ditch effort to reach consensus on the Main Collective Agreement negotiations, which includes the housing allowance. These negotiations have been scheduled for […]
The Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union (IMATU) welcomes what the Auditor General, Kimi Makwetu, has described as a positive trend in the 2012/13 local government audit results released yesterday. IMATU does however, share the Auditor General’s unease with particular reference to the poor management of supply chains, poor service delivery and irregular expenditure within […]
- The IMATU National Special Recruitment Campaign will be running from 1 August 2014 – 30 September 2014
- The President has signed the Employment Services Act 4 of 2013 into law. The Employment Equity Amendment Act 47 of 2013 comes into operation on 1 August 2014.
- The Women Empowerment and Gender Equality Bill (B50D-2013) was adopted by the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) with a number of amendments and has been sent back to Parliament’s National Assembly for further deliberation and concurrence due to the number of technical amendments made by the NCOP. Once the National Assembly adopts the Bill, it will conclude the parliamentary process and the Bill will be sent to the President for assent.
- The President has signed the National Credit Amendment Act 19 of 2014 into law.
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