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We want to occupy every city,” he said.“We won’t move until they withdraw this attack on workers.”Saftu is demanding a living wage of at least R12500 a month, while the proposed minimum wage is R3500 a month, or R20 an hour.“If the economy is going through hell, let the economy go through hell for everyone,” said Vavi.
Hundreds of people attended the rally, and constantly cheered Vavi.
By PENWELL DLAMINI, ODETTE PARFITT and NAZIZIPHIWO BUSOJust a week after thousands of Saftu-affiliated workers took to the streets to protest against a proposed R20 per hour national minimum wage, President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday said the national minimum wage would be a victory for the working class.
In what could be seen as a response to last week’s march by the South African Federation of Trade Unions-affiliates, Ramaphosa acknowledged that the minimum wage was not high.
“On Thursday, here in Nelson Mandela and everywhere else in the country, let’s go to those bus depots.
That’s the only way we are going to end the strike.
Many South Africans have already taken to Twitter to complain that the ruling is targeted at Caster, and that it is discriminatory… on Twitter Wednesday afternoon, was: “How beautiful it is to stay silent when someone expects you to be enraged.” And earlier today, she posted an image with the words: “Your attitude is like a price tag, it shows how valuable you are.” The new rule – to limit naturally produced testosterone for female competitors – will apply to those competing in the 400m to 1 mile distances.PSA’s Jannie Oosthuizen said they wanted to use the Workers’ Day celebrations as a platform to entice more members to join them as this would increase the union’s bargaining power. Plaintiff herein claims damages in the amount of R250 000 for an alleged unlawful arrest and detention.In the alternative, plaintiff sues on the basis that the arrest and detention was undertaken maliciously and without probable cause. It is common cause that the arrest and detention was carried out by a member of the South African Police Services (SAPS) in the employ of the defendant on 15 June 2009.
Let’s all take that call and get into taxis and stop that strike.”Drivers from at least 10 companies, including Algoa Bus Company, downed tools on April 18 demanding a 12% pay hike.