Numsa threatens to go on strike if Tshwane does not accede to transport allowance demands

Summary by Ground News
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has warned the City of Tshwane that its members will embark on a secondary strike if its transport allowance demands are not met. Numsa's warning came after its march to the City's offices on Friday, where it demanded the City intervenes.
Numsa threatens to go on strike if Tshwane does not accede to transport allowance demands
8 days ago

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