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Kimberley - The countrywide IT worker strike which started on Wednesday turned nasty as CEB Maintenance Africa, a subsidiary of Telkom through Business Connection, invoked the lockout clause on Thursday morning.

While several retail stores which are CEB Maintenance Africa clients were severely affected, striking workers were prevented access to company headquarters in Kramerville.

As the protected strike drew closer, the company communicated a strongly-worded letter to workers via its lawyers Snyman Attorneys.

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