SECURITY GUARD STRIKES ARE
NOT RESOLVED PROPERLY
NO JOB SECURITY FOR UNPAID
3rd January, 2001 at 01:03PM
By Karyn Maughan
About 9 000 guards and their families are facing a new year without money or jobs as the national security guard strike heads for its third week.
Millard Xeketwana, deputy chairman of the SA Transport and Allied Workers' Union, said: "None of the workers have been paid since the strike began, which is a violation of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. Workers are supposed to be paid by the 31st of every month.
Source: Cape Argus - click link to read full report.
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