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Strikes are only a power exhibition for union officials.

15 June 2014, 18:56

It seems that the oil price would soon be bursting its bubble.

Unfortunately though South African would not enjoy the benefit of lower oil price as the country are being held hostage by the Unions in the country.

The rumours of conspiracy are rubbish.

The strikes are only a sign of power by the few narcissistic union officials that want to boost their own egos.

They don’t feel anything for their poverty stricken union members that would never recoup on their losses that they have sustained and still face.

And now other Unions want to follow suit.

This is economic terrorism and we all are victims.

We should do as Margaret Thatcher did, and prohibit unions and you will see the difference in the economy and country.

The most unions act like leeches on our economy with management becoming millionaires overnight.

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