Rea Vaya bus drivers to strike
Busses are expected to stop operating after 8:00 am, but the reason for the strike is not yet clear.
JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng traffic police have confirmed Rea Vaya bus drivers will go on strike in Johannesburg on Monday.
Busses are expected to stop operating after 8:00 am, but the reason for the work stoppage is not yet clear.
Passengers have been advised to make use of alternative transport and arrive early at taxi ranks as some congestion is expected.
Traffic police spokesman Obed Sibasa says, "Passengers are warned of an anticipated Rea Vaya bus driver's strike which is tomorrow, Monday 31 March. According to reliable sources bus drivers will transport commuters from 5:00 am until 8:00 am tomorrow morning then embark on a strike."