257 municipalities in the country

ABOUT US

The SALGBC is established voluntarily in terms of the Labour Relations Act, by agreement between the employer organization (SALGA) and trade unions parties (IMATU and SAMWU). This agreement is contained in the Council’s Constitution (a collective agreement), which is the fundamental governing instrument that regulates the relationship between the employer organization and the trade union parties, to be read in conjunction with the Labour Relations Act. The SALGBC is comprised of 3 parties, SALGA, SAMWU and IMATU. SALGA is the only recognized employer organization, representing 257 Municipalities in the local government sector. The trade union parties are SAMWU and IMATU, which represent employees in the 257 individual municipalities.

SALGBC Comprises of 3 parties, SALGA, SAMWU & IMATU

Dispute Resolution

One of the core functions of the SALGBC is to manage the disputes referred to the council... Read more

Collective Bargaining

Collective bargaining is one of the key functions in the SALGBC which can place take... Read more

SALGBC Circulars

Important message from the South African Local Government Bargaining Council... Read more

Latest Circulars

CIRCULAR 2 OF 2022 INCREASE IN BARGAINING COUNCIL LEVY

CIRCULAR 3 OF 2022 - GAP MARKET EMPLOYEES - NON PENSIONABLE ALLOWANCE

Latest Collective Bargaining

COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT ON THE MIGRATION AND PLACEMENT OF STAFF FOR MUNICIPALITIES IN THE GAUTENG DIVISION SIGNED 06 APRIL 2022

257
Municipalities in the country.
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Divisions of the council are divided into six regions.
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Staff employed in head office and six regional offices