CWU continues with plans to march despite interdict

The Labour Court granted a final order against the union which means the tomorrow’s strike is unprotected.

FILE: CWU Acting Provincial Secretary Jabulani Mncube says the strike was not only aimed at Post Office.Picture: Govan Whittles/EWN

JOHANNESBURG - The Communication Workers Union says it's going ahead with its march tomorrow despite an interdict.

The Labour Court granted a final order against the union, meaning any march or picket at any Post Office would be unprotected.

However, Acting Provincial Secretary Jabulani Mncube says the march will go ahead tomorrow.

"Our march was not aimed at the Post Office only; we had two other areas that we wanted to visit. So what is going to happen tomorrow is that we will go via the Post Office to the Public Protector's office and then the Premier's office."