Look out for the Cosatu go slow

By Drum Digital
08 November 2013

Cosatu has called on Gauteng residents to join it in the fight against e-tolls, labour broking and the proposed youth wage subsidy.

Dumisani Dakile, Cosatu’s Gauteng provincial secretary, said that the labour federation would be rolling out mass action including drive-slows, go-slows and mass protests.

Friday is tthe first go-slow. It would take place on the M1, N1, N12 and the M2 for the entire working day.

Cosatu would also target the N3, the R24 and the R21 in Ekurhuleni.

Dalile  said: “Our members are really annoyed and dismayed. This is a serious betrayal of workers and their trust. We feel that the government is not taking us seriously.”

He said

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