Nehawu reports deal struck at WSU
The union announced on Friday it had reached an agreement with the university to end the strike.
JOHANNESBURG - The National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) said 21,000 Walter Sisulu University (WSU) students could spend a seventh week at home if the labour dispute at the institution continues on Monday.
The union announced on Friday it had reached an agreement with the university to end the six-week long strike that had at times turned violent.
But the institution denies this, saying it has not signed the documents.
Nehawu's Sizwe Pamla maintains the union on Friday accepted a deal for lecturers.
"We accepted the five percent with the condition that it can't be that we are on five weeks - we are on a no work no pay principle.
"They have to discuss what is affordable."