SACCAWU looks abroad in Sun International dispute
Trade union SACCAWU is considering calling for international support in its wage dispute with sun...
Trade union SACCAWU is considering calling for international support in its wage dispute with sun international.
Talks are deadlocked after two weeks of negotiations.
Sun International has various resorts overseas and SACCAWU said it would look to its affiliates to step up pressure on the organisation.
SACCAWU said its national executive committee would shortly give details on its international plan to increase the effect of the strike.
The union’s Ivan Molefe said talks were deadlocked and it believes there was other way of pressing home its demands.
"We have started communications on that matter and the [union’s national executive committee] is [meeting]," said Molefe.
Workers are demanding 13 percent while Sun International is offering eight percent.
Molefe said workers were also not allowed to keep their tips.
Sun International has not yet commented.