Post Office staff on go-slow from Thursday
It’s the latest disruption to hit the Post Office in the wake of last year's three month long strike.
JOHANNESBURG - The Communications Workers Union (CWU) has confirmed its members at the Post Office will be on a go-slow from Thursday.
It's the latest disruption to hit the Post Office in the wake of last year's three month long strike by staff demanding a 15 percent salary hike and permanent posts.
The union says it has served notice of the planned go slow.
The CWU's Clyde Mervin says they will hold meetings in all nine provinces in the coming week to decide on a mandate for a full-on strike.
"Once we get out of these imbizo's we will be giving the company the date of our action in terms of the phase two process."