“After nearly three weeks of strike action it is still unclear when the deadlocked wage negotiations will be resolved,” the City of Cape Town said in a statement on Sunday, 6 May 2018.
[ON AIR]: Zanele Sabela, Spokesperson - SATAWU. UPDATE: National #BusStrike continues. The Bargaining Council and the CCMA have proposed an offer of 8.75% for the first year and 8.25% for the second year.#POWERBreakfast
— POWER 98.7 (@Powerfm987) May 7, 2018
MyCiTi commuters are requested to make alternative travelling arrangements at this stage.
The city is monitoring the situation and will provide commuters with updates as far as possible but commuters are advised to visit the MyCiTi website for regular updates; and to follow it on Twitter @MyCiTiBus; or phone the Transport Information Centre on 0800-65-64-63.
Meanwhile, in Japan... another take on a bus strike...
Such a inspiring cultural difference, strike doesn't mean no work, how we wish Indians will ever be such hardworking like #Japanese https://t.co/WXH37O9bVu #BusStrike
— Monisha Hajra (@Monisha_H) May 7, 2018