Home Affairs staff banned from using smartphones at work

Nobody Important

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Gnome

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The problem is the extended lunch breaks.

Remember in SA and Government you are paid for showing up.
Working is optional. You only do that if you are getting a bonus or a promotion.
 

Leisure Larry

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The problem is the extended lunch breaks.

Remember in SA and Government you are paid for showing up.
Working is optional. You only do that if you are getting a bonus or a promotion.
You only get a bonaaaaaas or promotion if you hire a consulting agency to get your work (not) done.
 

lexis

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According to the heading staff's banned from using "smart" phones. According to the article "cell" phones are banned. There is a difference ....
 

Polymathic

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How about minimum 10 year sentences for Home Affairs workers who found guilty of corruption. Home Affairs corruption is a national security issue
 

TysonRoux

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How about minimum 10 year sentences for Home Affairs workers who found guilty of corruption. Home Affairs corruption is a national security issue
The illegal Pakis won't be happy when all corruption is stamped out.
 

thechamp

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Shouldn't we expect transparency in public service?
Transparency is good and but there is still a relationship that should be respected between the employer and the employee, what's next, are we going to demand to sit in on the disciplinary hearings since the must be transparency in the public service?
 

Gnome

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Transparency is good and but there is still a relationship that should be respected between the employer and the employee, what's next, are we going to demand to sit in on the disciplinary hearings since the must be transparency in the public service?
We can turn it into a TV show like the US court on TV bs.

Tune in next week to see what becomes of Sipho's fate as a home affairs worker
 

thechamp

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We can turn it into a TV show like the US court on TV bs.

Tune in next week to see what becomes of Sipho's fate as a home affairs worker
Ok, I am warming up to the idea already, does sound like good TV.
 
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