eThekwini to study demands of disgruntled workers

eThekwini to study demands of disgruntled workers

The office of the eThekwini mayor says it is yet to study the demands made by disgruntled Expanded Public Works Programme employees.

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Yesterday, scores of workers from various municipal units marched to the mayor's office to raise their grievances.

They want their R3,000 a month pay to be increased.

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They also want the City to employ them on a permanent basis.

Mayoral spokesperson Mthunzi Gumede says officials had met with workers before the march.

"We will look at the demands, study them and then have an engagement. It is important to note that we have already had meetings with them."

"We have not met since the march and therefore do not fully grasp the essence of their demands."

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