Robben Island shop stewards arrested

Andiswa Mkosi
7 April 2012

Shop stewards from the National Health and Allied Workers Union who were involved in a strike at the Robben Island Museum last year have been fired.

The Museum’s management found the stewards guilty of disrupting the services of the museum when workers occupied one of the ferries.

More than one-hundred-workers were on strike for two months demanding a pay increase of three-thousand-five-hundred-Rands.

The shop stewards can appeal their dismissal with the CCMA.


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