18 September 2013
The Minister of Labour Mildred
Oliphant has condemned violence in the ongoing motor industry strike and has
also called on parties to speed up negotiations and where necessary embrace
Ministerial Spokesperson Musa Zondi
said the minister has asked striking workers to avert from violence during
striking. This is after there have been
several reports of non striking workers being intimidated by striking workers.
Zondi added that the minister said
in as much as people have a right to strike it also goes with a responsibility
to act accordingly.
Meanwhile the National Association
of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers, says the economic implication
of the current strike in the retail and car component manufacturing industry
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