The Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) would like to wish all the matric learners who will be writing their 2020 National Senior Certificate Examinations. The 2020 matric examinations will commence on the 5th of November 2020 and end on the 15th of December 2020.
There is a total of 1 058 699 candidates who have registered to write NSC 2020 Examinations, this is the largest combined number ever registered in South Africa.
This has been an extraordinary year for the Educators, learners and parents as they had to overcome the different challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, closure of schools, changes to the school curriculum & virtual learning. Amid this pandemic, our educators worked tirelessly and went the extra mile to ensure that learners are well prepared for their exams. To all the matric learners, this year you have learned valuable lessons like being resilient and independent.
We call on all the parents and community to support and encourage the learners as they continue in preparation and throughout the examinations.
Best of luck to the Matric Class of 2020
29 October 2020
The latest PSCBC Newsletter is now available for pdf download (4.43 MB) .
To extend the time period for the utilization of unused leave due to fall away at the end of the current 18 month cycle.
Honourable President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday evening (24 May 2020) announced that the whole of South Africa will enter Level 3 of the lockdown from 01 June 2020, which will ease a number of the regulations. The Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) is therefore pleased to announce that our offices will be opening on Monday 01 June 2020.
The safety of our Staff, Clients, Council Members and Public at large is of paramount interest, we therefore will not encourage any “walk ins” for the first week (01-05 June 2020), this will allow us time to prepare our premises and ensure that all mechanisms are in place to create a risk free, safe and conducive work environment for all.
We will however operate with a limited staff component whist on the same token, striving to provide quality service delivery. We will still continue to operate within a virtual environment and work remotely to administer meeting as well as hearings. We look forward to welcoming you to our offices once again
[ Frikkie De Bruin | PSCBC General Secretary ]