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The Supreme Court today said civil servants should follow only written instructions from superiors, suggesting this could go some way in insulating them against wrongful and arbitrary pressure from senior bureaucrats and political bosses.
Civil servants can act on them in exceptional circumstances but written confirmation must be obtained Civil servants must refrain from acting on oral instructions of political bosses, except in certain exceptional circumstances, the Supreme Court
Under the regulation, which was published by the provincial disciplinary authority on Sept 17 and will take effect on Nov 1, civil servants may not invite more than 300 people to a wedding and the scale of funerals should also be strictly limited.
Senior managers in government will get comprehensive training on how to follow procedures when taking disciplinary steps against errant civil servants, Professor Job Mokgoro, the new head of the SA School of Government has said. This is just one area
The log of claims sent to the permanent secretary Public Service Commission, Parmesh Chand, yesterday was signed by Fiji Public Service Association general secretary, Rajeshwar Singh, Fijian Teachers Association general secretary Maika Namudu and
Italian Finance Police in the Sicilian city of Messina placed two public university professors under house arrest Monday on charges of ''gravely tainting'' an open state exam for a post as researcher in the microbiology department. The starting
National News Indonesian Ambassador to the US, Dino Patti Djalal, says he is prepared to throw himself fully into the Democratic Party's presidential convention; therefore, he is ready to renounce his status as a civil servant and resign from his
Young civil servants have debunked a warning by the public services department (PSD) that stern action will be taken against employees who make online criticisms against the Government. PSD director-general Tan Sri Mohamad Zabidi Zainal had
Jakarta News The Jakarta administration will recruit 1,515 new civil servants after the central government announced the end of the moratorium on hiring on government employees. The moratorium, which came into effect on Sept. 1, 2011, had ended on
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Media commentator calls on State Services Commissioner to rein in Civil Service Professor Malcolm Wright, head of the School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing at Massey University, has called on the State Services