Pikitup workers go on strike again

Pikitup workers strike in the CBD. Photo: Twitter/@tahmeen

Workers affiliated with the South African Municipal Workers Union are demanding that their salaries be increased to between R9000 and R10 000 a month.

Pikitup released a statement saying, “This illegal work stoppage will affect refuse collection in all the regions of the City of Johannesburg. Details of the impact and contingency plans will be communicated at a later stage via the Call Centre, Pikitup’s website and social media pages.”

There were reports that the protest had turned violent.

Commuters are urged to steer clear of the Joburg CBD.

Details: www.pikitup.co.za@CleanerJoburg

Joburg Connect Call Centre: 0860 JOBURG/ 0860 562874

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