PNGTA to file pay cut complaint with Ombudsman Commision
The Papua New Guinea Teachers Association will be filing a formal complaint to the Ombudsman Commission over cuts to teachers' salaries.
The unions' General Secretary, Ugwalubu Mowana says, this is part of speeding up the investigation process.
"Many people are telling me that unprecedented pay cuts have stopped in pay 20 (last year).
"The teachers' pay cuts is still going on.
"A lot of teachers have confronted me that they are getting deducted K50, K100.
"We have gathered some information and we will be filing this information to the commission.
"At the same time, my office will be filing a formal complaint to the Ombudsman Commission to actually strengthen the investigation efforts," Mr Mowana said.