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Cash-in-transit workers end strike

2012-09-29 12:00

Johannesburg - Workers in the cash-in-transit sector have signed a wage agreement, ending their strike, it was reported on Saturday.

Eyewitness  News reported that on Friday the Motor Transport Workers’ Union signed a wage agreement with the Road Freight Employers’ Association, ending fears of a cash shortage at ATMs.

Truck drivers are still striking and are demanding a wage increase of 12%.

Comments
  • Jack - 2012-09-29 12:57

    Eish but thats a scary job to have! #DangerPay!

  • thabo.khumalo.9469 - 2012-09-29 14:48

    Plz guys don't go back to work now give the other sectors your solidarity support

  • Mike Peach - 2012-09-29 15:20

    Look at the fuel price going up again is it because the strikers have cost us money again,i think so.The taxi owners dont strike because of the fuel price i wonder how much subsidy they get?Viva coalition against crime its about time.Anc easy come easy go.

  • Mike Peach - 2012-09-29 15:22

    And us tax payers want a 75% decrease and a rebate for every cent the government has wasted.

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