Icasa employees’ strike called off

More than 100 workers went on strike over wages and the reversal of human resource policies.

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JOHANNESBURG - The six-week long strike by employees of Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has been called off.

More than 100 workers went on strike over wages and the reversal of human resource policies implemented between 2014 and last year.

Operations are now back to normal with staff having returned to their posts.

Icasa's Paseka Maleka said, "So far we've reached an agreement and we've signed a settlement agreement with the staff representatives just to make sure we end the strike. We are making sure that we address all the issues relating to regulatory matters."