No one wins in a strike - Numsa

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Johannesburg – The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is not pleased with the 4% wage increase being proposed by bus employers, following the first round of negotiations.

According to a statement issued by Numsa on Monday, the employers represented by South African Bus Employer’s Association (Sabea) and Commuter Bus Employer’s Organisation (Cobeo), have not engaged on the other demands by the union.

“Employers have until the 9th of February to agree to our demands; otherwise we reserve our right to declare a dispute,” stated the union.

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