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Transnet workers down tools over wage dispute causing disruptions to vessel movements and operations nationally.
“Members of a union at Transnet went on strike on Thursday, but the rail utility insisted that the industrial action was illegal.
Despite Transnet raising its wage hike offer to unions (from 1.5% to 3%) on Wednesday, the United National Transport Union (UNTU) served Transnet with a notice of its intention to embark on a strike from Thursday.”
FM Declaration for Transnet Strike 06 October 2022 – Container Sector
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FM Declaration for Transnet Strike 06 Oct2022 (1)
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TRANSNET UPDATE ON WAGE NEGOTIATIONS – WARNING AGAINST AN UNPROTECTED STRIKE
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Marine Services in the Port of Cape Town – 6 October 2022
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