The Zimbabwean government has announced that it will pay annual bonuses to public servants but some union leaders say it got away cheaply.
The unions are demanding 10% across the board and the withdrawal of the unilateral implementation of a 3% increase by government.
The unions are adamant that they will go back to the streets in demand for a 10% salary increase.
Cosatu-affiliated unions say the government continues to undermine the collective bargaining process.
Government workers in Zimbabwe are demanding a USD440 salary increase while the employer is offering USD25.
SAFTU has condemned the 3-year wage agreement that has been signed by Cosatu affliates in the public sector.