Sapia ‘doing its best’ to supply fuel to petrol stations amid strike
The association says the association is working on ensuring that motorists are able to fill up their tanks.
JOHANNESBURG - With the petrol strike in its second week, the South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) has assured motorists that it's doing its best to ensure fuel petrol is delivered to stations around Gauteng.
Negotiations between Chemical Energy Paper Printing Wood and Allied Workers Union and the association have reached yet another deadlock, with neither party willing to compromise on wages.
The association's Fani Tshifularo says the association is working on ensuring that motorists are able to fill up their tanks.
"What we need to do is to continue to catch up to support those areas where there have been some fuel shortages."