Thursday, May 25, 2006

Transport workers threaten sympathy strike

The Transport and Allied Workers’ Union has on Thursday served notices for a secondary strike to all employers in the industries serviced by the union. This gives the companies seven days to appeal to the Labour Court. Union spokesperson Ronnie Mamba says if they do not, all nine sectors serviced by Satawu will be shut down by next Friday. The companies served are in the contract cleaning sector, Transnet and all its business units, aviation, where SAA and Nationwide is involved, as well as the road passenger sector, including taxi, buses, road freight and toll gates.


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