CWU adds treasury to march itinerary

Members will march to the offices of the Public Protector, treasury and the Gauteng Premier.

FILE: CWU members are gathering opposite Cosatu House in Braamfontein. Picture: EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - The Communication Workers Union (CWU) says its march against the South African Post Office will go ahead today after a settlement was reached at the Labour Court late yesterday.

CWU members will march to the offices of the Public Protector, treasury and the Gauteng Premier in Johannesburg over corruption and maladministration.

They're also up in arms over salaries not paid in full to employees this month.

Workers are gathering opposite Cosatu House in Braamfontein.

The union's general secretary Aubrey Tshabalala says, "The treasury, through its neo-liberalism policies, is failing to inject funds into the Post Office. We are complaining against the Public Protector that since 2011 to date she has not delivered the report in full."