Minister Contradicts PSC On Organized Shopping Trips To South Africa For Civil Servants
13 September 2021
Public Service minister Paul Mavima has contradicted the Public Service Commission (PSC) regarding organised shopping trips to South Africa for civil servants.
While the PSC dismissed a memo suggesting the Government intended to introduce organized shopping trips to South Africa as fake, Mavima confirmed Government was consulting civil servants before implementing the project.
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Speaking to NewsDay, Mavima said:
The memo itself read:
It is a reality that we still depend on South Africa for some of our products. We are one economy. It is a short-term workable solution, which I would say requires proper planning and consultation with the civil servants before its implementation. We have to promote local products, but it is a fact that we are not yet able to comprehensively provide the needed products to our people.
FROM : Public Service CommissionRead More:
To : All Government Departments/Ministries
Date : 9 September 2021 SUBJECT: PROVINCIAL MONTH-END SHOPPING TRIPS TO SOUTH AFRICA We intent to introduce month-end shopping trips for civil servants. The trips will be determined by the response from interested members. May you please kindly submit names of interested members to this office by not later than 10 September 2021.