Nyongeza Ya Mishahara Kwa Wafanyakazi Wa Serikalini 2022
Tanzania, one of Africa’s most progressive countries in terms of gender equality, announced an incredible 23.3% raise in their minimum wage for public employees. As a continuation of the session of the Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa, who received a statement from experts in Dodoma on the matter of pay rise, Samia Suluhu Hassan has said She has approved the salary increase suggestions provided to the State House.
After the salary rise ( Nyongeza Ya Mishahara Kwa Wafanyakazi Wa Serikalini 2022) The government will spend a whopping 9.7 trillion shillings on salaries for its employees and also others who work for it such as local governments, institutions, etc., according to an announcement.
The salary budget for 2022/2023 would grow by 1.59 trillion shillings, or 19.51 percent, as a result of the compensation increase, compared to the present budget for fiscal year 2021/2022.
Meanwhile, on Labor Day, President Samia received recommendations for a new pension benefits system, as proposed by the Tanzania Trade Union (TUCTA) (May 20, 2022).
The President has authorized a proposal to increase the payment of benefits from 25 percent to 33.3 percent, which was earlier rejected by stakeholders.
She also urged TUCTA, the finance ministry, and the Employers’ Association (ATE) to keep working together to complete the 33.3 percent payroll system, rather than the 25 percent rejected in 2018.