including marches and pickets – with the striking road freight sector should
their wage demands go unmet, it said on today.
table as quickly as possible so that a settlement can be negotiated.
no acceptable offer materialise, the federation will mobilise solidarity support
for the striking workers,” said Cosatu spokesperson Patrick Craven in a
solidarity strike, however, would be the last resort.
the last option,” he said.
SA Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (Satawu).
peaceful, lawful and disciplined manner”.
Workers Union of SA, the Professional Transport Workers Union, Satawu, and the
Motor Transport Workers Union – are demanding a 20% increase allocated over a
two-year period, for example 10% in 2011 and 10% in 2012.
7.5% across the board for 2011 and a further 7.5% increase for 2012.
protest march to highlight their issues.