Government is however not budging on salary increments for public workers.
The EFF targeted City Property in the CBD, Huurkor in Sunnyside, Ronmark and Mid City among others, calling a halt to rental increases for the next 12 months.
The strike by waste management employees is the second during the Covid-19 crisis. In March, employees defied government’s lockdown regulations of social distancing by downing tools until their salaries were paid
Women in Zandspruit outside Johannesburg took to the streets to protest GBV and the lack of opportunities, leading to a heavy-handed response from police
KwaMashu taxi operators have caused massive traffic on highways in Durban on Monday morning in an effort to gain more relief from government.
Taxis in KwaZulu-Natal will be operating at full capacity and long distance taxis will no longer produce permits from Monday, says SANTACO.

Protests WATCH: Diepkloof residents lash out after three months without electricity

Angry Diepkloof residents say they’ve been forced to endure the past three months with no electricity.

Protests Pics: Chaos in Eersterust as residents clash with cops

Hundreds of residents who were left destitute when their shacks were destroyed by police took to the streets, with rubber bullets and rocks flying.

Protests Advice to Tito: Make sure we can eat, cut SOE funding

Right2Know spokesperson Bongani Xezwi said they were picketing to remind the minister that ‘people need food’.

Protests Taxi drivers return to the road as commuters urge associations, govt to reach a deal

On Tuesday morning, the streets of Soweto were abuzz with minibus taxis going around doing business.

Protests WATCH: Two trucks torched by Du Noon residents over housing project

The Western Cape traffic department confirmed the second truck torching later in the afternoon – a construction truck working on a highway project.

Protests Mbalula flees Soshanguve as taxi operators ‘arm wrestle’ govt for more funds

Taxi operators have told Mbalula that their protest was due to their leaders not agreeing with Mbalula and government’s way forward.

Protests WATCH: Rubber bullets fired as police clash with protesting taxi operators

Taxi operators across the province have frowned upon Mbalula’s R1-billion contribution to the sector.

Protests How to avoid trouble during taxi strikes

Taxi operators opted to block roads on Monday morning as they seek more money from the government’s relief efforts for the taxi industry.

Protests Taxi industry set to bring Gauteng to a grinding halt today

Taxi bosses were seeking a bigger slice of the pie in government’s relief efforts for the transport industry.

Protests Hangberg unrest stabilised, after burning of crèche and destruction of structures

Residents started protesting after City of Cape Town officials demolished an incomplete structure built by a local

Protests Creche burns down as cops, Hout Bay residents clash

By 8pm, Hangberg residents were clashing with the police and some properties had also been set alight.

Protests Police clash with Phumula Mqashi residents over illegal connections

A group of protesters also attempted to loot a nearby Shoprite supermarket, but the police, joined by soldiers, managed to contain the situation.

Protests Taxi fare increase on the cards as Santaco butts heads with associations

Since the lockdown, taxis could only be filled to 70% capacity as a measure to curb the spread of the pandemic.

Protests Emfuleni traffic officers down tools for three hours over food and nightshift allowances

The officers claimed their employer did not inform them in advance about the change in payment for food and nightshift allowances.

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