Ceppwawu to monitor the negotiations between Security Employers and SATAWU
By Busisiwe Mtabane
The Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied workers Union says it will monitor closely the negotiations between Security Employers and SATAWU that are scheduled to continue today. The union says should the Employers continue with their unwillingness to enter into real negotiations Ceppwawu will have no other option but to intensify its consultations with members to embark on secondary strike actions in solidarity with their colleagues in the Security Sector. Ceppwawu Deputy General Secretary, Keith Jacobs says that they will further call upon Cosatu at its Central Executive Committee meeting to be held on Monday and Wednesday to seek for a dialogue with the Minister for Safety and Security to discuss the brutality of Police actions as seen on Tuesday in Cape Town.