DA says President Jacob Zuma should not bow down to union demands
By Khanyisa Tabata
11 July 2011
The Democratic Alliance says President Jacob Zuma must not give in to union demands and rather start looking at the well being of unemployed South Africans.
This, as a series of strikes grips the country in the so-called strike season.
The DA’s Atholl Trollip says President Zuma’s failure to offer key leadership during public service strikes highlights the negative impact it will have on economic growth.
Trollop says there are a number of steps that the majority party can take to prove to South Africans that it is serious about putting their needs first.