The Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) today commemorates Africa Public Service Day with understanding and recognition of the immense contribution made by all public servants across Africa in fighting Covid-19 pandemic. The PSCBC wishes to highlight the role of public administration in building and sustaining peaceful co-existence among communities.
PSCBC would like to thank and celebrate all the frontline workers who work tirelessly to combat this pandemic. The lives of all the nationals are indebted to you and we urge everyone to work together with all public servants tasked to help communities in getting tested and ensuring safety to make Africa a better place for all.
Africa Public Service Day is an event entrenched in the African Union calendar. It originates from the conference of African Ministers for Public or Civil Service held in Tangier, Morocco in 1994. It was agreed at this conference that 23 June should be celebrated annually as Africa Public Service Day to recognize the value and virtue of service to the community.
The aim of this commemoration is to boost public administration programmes, public sector performance and recognise the value of service the community.
The DPSA will hold a virtual event on Tuesday, 23 June at 07h30 and you can follow all the proceeding of the event by clicking links below:
The parties to the PSCBC, on the 02 September 1998 and 29 November 2002 respectively, agreed on a pension restructure process through the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) Resolution 07 of 1998 and Resolution 12 of 2002. The aim of the two resolutions is to provide compensation to government employees who suffered various forms of discrimination by government pension funds under apartheid.
This discrimination amongst others includes the following; female teachers and other female employees in the public service who had to resign to give birth and upon return were admitted to the Temporary Employees Pension Fund (TEPF), RSA citizens employed in former Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, and Ciskei (the so-called "TBVC States”) and Employees admitted to temporary pension funds due to their medical/physical status.
The following members qualified:
02 July 2019
The parties to the PSCBC, on the 02 September 1998 and 29 November 2002 respectively, agreed on a pension restructure process through the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) Resolution 07 of 1998 and Resolution 12 of 2002.
The aim of the two resolutions is to provide compensation to government employees who suffered various forms of discrimination by government pension funds under apartheid.
The Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) wishes all of the 796 542 full-time and part-time learners who are expected to write their National Senior Certificate commencing on Monday, 22 October 2018 and will conclude on Wednesday, 28 November 2018.
This is a momentous time for all the matric learners across the country as it determines their journey going forward. It is also an essential time to all of the influential and ever committed educators who have worked so hard throughout the year to prepare these learners for an important time such as this. We also wish to commend the parents and the community at large for supporting and believing in these learners.
Learners, now you have the power to determine your future because the power is in your hands. The teachers, parents and the community have done all they can to get you to this far so study wisely, continue to be diligent and never loose heart.
The PSCBC would like to make clarion call to all the teachers and parents to continue supporting the learners during exams and after the announcement of results.
ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR EXAMS