Saturday, January 19, 2008

City to ease strike action

By Tina George
19 December 2008

The City of Cape Town will be curbing the strike action that the South African Municipal Workers’ Union will take as from Monday 21 January.

SAMWU will down tools in an effort to show their unhappiness in the restructuring of the city.

“We have activated our strike management team and contingency plans have been put into place to ensure that service delivery will continue uninterrupted to the residents of Cape Town,” says City spokesperson, Charles Cooper.

Cooper adds that the city respects the union’s right to strike but believe that service delivery to residents must not suffer as a result of this.

The city requests that as respect to daily waste removal residents should leave their waste bins out as per usual.

“If we do not collect it at the normal time then please phone our general call centre and report it, number is on the normal monthly account,” says Cooper.


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