Civil Servants Speak On US$100 Advance Salary

The Apex Council says the board has resolved to meet all its members within Harare to take unspecified action against the government decision to pay them US$100 as advance salary to cushion them from transport cost.

The Apex Council says the board has resolved to meet all its members within Harare to take unspecified action against the government decision to pay them US$100 as advance salary to cushion them from transport cost.


The Apex Council board members converged in Harare where they declared that its members from Harare province will meet in the capital to take action over the decision by government to offer them US$100 as advance salary.

Civil Servants Speak On US$100 Advance Salary
Asked by journalists on what action are they going to take, Apex Council chairperson Ms Cecilia Alexander says they cannot pre-empty the sort of action but a final position will made public this Saturday.
The Apex crunch meeting was attended by representatives from the health sector who also announced that their members will come on board in solidarity with Apex position.

The government this Monday offered civil servants a US$100 advance salary to cushion them from transport cost after salary dates were rescheduled to the first two weeks of July.

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