Trade union NUMSA says it finds itself in a difficult position as an illegal…

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Trade union NUMSA says it finds itself in a difficult position as an illegal strike by MyCiti workers in Cape Town continues. The workers have been striking for the past three days for better comPensation and working conditions. They also want to be insourced by the City of Cape Town. Numsa’s Regional Secretary, Vuyo Lufele, says they’ve signed a bargaining agreement in May with the workers and their employers. “You know of the laws of this country are binding and as a trade union we are bound by some of these laws but we cannot abandon them we have to defend them we have to support therm as they are fighting for what we believe is genuine struggle that they are advancing but unfortunately they did not follow the rules and at this time we would have to assist them.”

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  1. South African problem.Lawless society and no honest brokers.The Union signed an agreement on behalf of the workers,only for the workers to renege on that agreement.No wonder business don’t want to invest in the country.It is a nightmare to doing business in SA.These people are the cause that others wont be able to find employment.

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