Piotrans trying to stop Rea Vaya strike
Piotrans will approach the Labour Court today to ask for an interdict to declare the strike illegal.
JOHANNESBURG - Rea Vaya operator, Piotrans, will approach the Labour Court today to ask for an interdict to declare the strike by bus drivers illegal.
On Monday, drivers affiliated to the South African Municipal Workers Union embarked on an indefinite strike over the company's shift system.
Rea Vaya buses were running on a limited service yesterday afternoon after Piotrans implemented a skeleton schedule.
Gauteng traffic police spokesperson Obed Sibasa urged passengers to use alternative transport like Metrorail, taxis or other bus companies until further notice.