A strike of over 100 days by Blue Ribbon workers at the Salt River Plant came to an end after the workers and the employer agreed on an 8% salary increase
The strike by workers at the Blue Ribbon plant in Salt River, Cape Town, has entered into its third month without a prospect of its ending any time soon.
Blue Ribbon workers have been on strike for over seven weeks with an agreement with the employer still a distant prospect.
The wildcat strike by workers under the MyCiti project in Cape Town is not resolved and will continue into a third day.
About 100 community health workers marched through the streets of Cape Town to the Western Cape Department of Health to demand better working conditions.
Street vendors in Rusape, Zimbabwe, feel that the city council doesn’t want to improve their working and trading space.
A group of protesting teachers from the Gugulethu-based St Francis Adult Learning Centre locked up the Western Cape’s Higher Education and Training Department’s officials in the school’s office for more than two hours and released them after an amicable deal was reached.
A group of dissatisfied government college lecturers last Friday demonstrated in front of the Port Elizabeth High Court demanding better salaries and improved working conditions.