Metrobus drivers not budging over strike
Dozens of bus drivers gathered outside the headquarters but refused to be drawn on reasons for their strike.
JOHANNESBURG - Metrobus drivers are still on strike in Johannesburg this morning after management and union leaders were locked in a meeting the whole of yesterday.
The company's services have been suspended since Friday after bus drivers embarked on a strike.
This prompted Metrobus management to shut down all its routes in and around the city.
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Talks ran late into the night as Metrobus managing director Mavela Dlamini tried to resolve issues with union leaders at the company's headquarters in Braamfontein.
Dozens of bus drivers gathered outside but refused to be drawn on the reasons for their strike.
Thousands of commuters have been left stranded since Friday as the company had to suspend services to its more than 200 routes.
The company has apologised to its customers for the inconvenience.