CCMA offers assistance to Nehawu and Parliament

2016-09-12 21:31
(Jenni Evans, News24)

(Jenni Evans, News24)

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Cape Town - The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on Monday announced that they had offered assistance to Nehawu and Parliament last week.

According to CCMA spokesperson Lusanda Myoli both parties accepted with the conciliation commencing at an undisclosed location on Monday.

“According to the CCMA Director, Cameron Morajane, the CCMA together with the Essential Services Committee remains committed to assist both parties in the resolution of the dispute,” said Myoli.

This followed after members of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union went on an unprotected strike on Thursday, following a week of lunchtime protests.

News24 reported earlier that they wanted Parliament to stop planned salary deductions and lift the suspension of their branch chairperson, Sthembiso Tembe, and member Michael Sithole.

On Monday the Nehawu-affiliated parliamentary workers suspended their strike.

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