Thursday, August 29, 2013

UDM to convene with various stakeholders to resolve strike at Walter Sisulu

Imogen Vollenhoven
29 August 2013

Calls have been made for government to intervene at Walter Sisulu University crisis. 

This is after the university was shut down on Wednesday after a six week strike. Workers and lecturers are campaigning for an 8% salary increase. 

Students at other campuses had a meeting to discuss the way forward following an order issued by the administrator for them to vacate the university. 

United Democratic Movement President Bantu Holomisa said they have since recommended to the council of churches in Umthatha to call for a meeting of all stakeholders for September the 2nd.

“With the view of finding a solution to this crises and we have suggested that the people call the Walter Sisulu leadership, students, academics, management, parents and also the department of national education as the matter is now in their hands,” added Holomisa.



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