Satawu prepares for a march
01 October 2012
Union leaders are reporting back to members on stalled negotiations in the week-long transport strike today.
Over the weekend, Satawu distanced itself from a reported settlement reached between some of the parties.
Workers will tomorrow march through Johannesburg to hand over a memorandum of their demands at the offices of the Road Freight National Bargaining Council in Braamfontein.
Satawu Gauteng provincial secretary Chris Nkosi says similar marches will be happening in Mpumalanga and the Free State.
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