7.8.2020 10:09 am
Tsakane residents said electricity needed to be restored because there was a lot of cable theft in the area.
Mamelodi residents took their frustrations to the streets as prevented motorists from entering Mamelodi on Wednesday.
Protesters wore orange masks and tied orange balloons to parts of their vehicles to signify they have been criminalised for their choice to smoke.
Should the situation not improve for Nehawu members in the healthcare sector, we could see a complete withdrawal of labour in all sectors by September.
According to the City, the dispute has led to ‘a devastating impact on the provision of service delivery across all seven regions’.
One of the protesters’ demands includes UIF relief funds for April, May and June.
This comes after calls for protest action by a group called Gatvol Capetonian.
The march is scheduled to take place on Monday, 27 July.
In a hashtag #JobsSaveLives, a group camped outside parliament have apparently been met by a fierce hand from police.
Talks with municipal unions have collapsed, which led to angry workers causing chaos in the city.
The Tshwane metro police had declined the application for the march in awareness of farm murders on two days before.
The protesters threw stones at the vehicle, but also a petrol bomb.
‘The right to strike should not be abused or used to undermine collective bargaining processes.’
The Restaurant Association of South Africa says operating at full capacity will boost economy and other sectors.
Talks with municipal unions have collapsed, which led to angry employees descending on Tshwane House and causing havoc.