The City of Tshwane is committed to ensuring productive and healthy working relationships with its workforce. As a major employer with over 20 000 employees, the City's staff management occurs within the confines of collective agreements, disciplinary policies and procedures of the municipality.
With the City having such a large workforce, there will sometimes be cases of ill-discipline from a few employees. When this happens, the City invokes disciplinary procedures to ensure a disciplined and committed workforce.
The MMC for Corporate and Shared Services, Cllr Kingsley Wakelin, has indicated that the current disciplinary case load of the City is 249. From April to June 2022, the City managed to finalise 56 cases:
|Dismissals||Suspension without pay ||Final written warnings||Written warnings||Informal hearings||Counselling||Withdrawn cases|
|21 ||5 ||5 ||1 ||14 ||2 ||8 |
Cllr Wakelin assured residents that if there is a proven case of wrongdoing, the City of Tshwane will take strong action against its employees. Any employee who breaks the law or is found wanting in the execution of his/her duties will not be tolerated. "The men and women who work diligently every day ensuring that we have a City that works are to be applauded," he said.
Residents are urged to report any mischievous, illegal or ill-disciplined behaviour to our Anti-fraud and Corruption Hotline on 080 TSHWANE (080 874 9263).