How much do PRASA employees earn? Average Prasa General Worker monthly pay in South Africa is approximately R 8 629, which is 21% above the national average. Salary information comes from 3 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalised comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures. Job TitleRangeAverageAdministrative OfficerR17 – R76 (Estimated *)R36Maintenance TechnicianR39 – R234 (Estimated *)R96Occupational Health NurseR87 – R232 (Estimated *)R146Procurement SpecialistR49 – R424 (Estimated *)R137 The wage agreement was not signed by SATAWU; however, the wage agreement will be implemented accordingly as UNTU is the majority Union within PRASA. Cognisance must also be taken that Management agreed that a special dummy run for back pay from 1 April 2020 will be made in early November 2020, before the November 2020 month end salary pay run. Your attention is also drawn to the fact that PRASA will not retrench bargaining unit employees for the duration of the three (3) year wage agreement and there should be no strikes pertaining to this agreement, in particular on salaries during this period of the three (3) year wage agreement. The Three (3) Year Wage Agreement (2020-2023) is effective from 1 April of each year. YEAR 1: 2020/21 • 5% increase in Total Guaranteed Package (TGP) for permanent and fixed term contract bargaining unit employees ,across the board.• Conclude Performance Management contracting for bargaining unit employees. YEAR 2: 2021/22 • 5% increase in Total Guaranteed Package (TGP) for permanent and fixed term contract bargaining unit employees, across the board. YEAR 3: 2022/23 South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (SATAWU) will today embark on the second phase of salary negotiations at Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa). Last week saw SATAWU along with United National Transport Union (UNTU) table their demands within Prasa’s bargaining unit. Included in these demands is a 20% across-the-board salary increase to be implemented on 1 April 2017, failing which, it shall be retrospectively implemented. SATAWU is also demanding a medical aid allowance of R1 000 for all junior employees and a R200 per shift risk allowance for those members whose work exposes them to safety risks. This includes train drivers, security personnel, rail maintenance staff, access controllers and all operational grades. Increases in the following allowances are also sought: R20 night shift allowance increase R150 standby allowance per shift for junior officials R50 travelling allowance Book-off allowance of R50 for Main Line Passenger and On Board Services. Unions are also demanding a shift from Total Guaranteed Package to Basic Salary. The first phase of the negotiations started last Wednesday and ended on Friday. The current round is set for two days with phase three unfolding on 7, 8 and 9 March. The last round will take place on 22, 23 and 24 March. Negotiations look set to be robust as there is a huge margin between labour’s 20% increase demand and the rail agency’s offer of 3%. However, SATAWU is prepared to go the distance to ensure management concedes to our demands. • 5% increase in Total Guaranteed Package (TGP) for permanent and fixed term contract bargaining unit employees, across the board.