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The latest debt increase is for companies that do not pay: Eskom – SABC News

Eskom said the new monthly salary would cost the fire company more than a billion rand.

Officials of NUMSA, NUM and Solidarity have signed on to Eskom’s seven per cent wage bill which will be implemented across the company by the beginning of this month.

The agreement also includes a return to working conditions as well as an increase of R400 in rent.

Elsie Pule, president of human resources at Eskom, explains, “I think from Eskom’s point of view, these are long-term collaborations, not easy. I have to put it on the record and the gift we signed today, we can’t pay it as a group. We should plan to raise additional funds to support this agreement. The impact on our payroll is in the billions. “

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NUM and NUMSA convened a meeting of business leaders in Sandton, north of Johannesburg on Tuesday morning where the offer was discussed and accepted.

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NUM Secretary General William Mabapa explains.

“Authorized, we will meet with Eskom after lunch. Let me show that we have to sign, we have the right to sign. I hope that today we will fix it and the workers who will return to their jobs will tell us and show that shedding weight is not it, they said shedding weight is for strike. “Now unsafe work will stop, which means the weight loss will stop, because the load will continue, and they will explain to us why the load is still being shipped.”

The latest debt increase is for companies that do not pay: Eskom – SABC News

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