10111 workers to continue picket at police headquarters
Last week, the Labour Court in Johannesburg ruled in favour of police, granting an interdict against acts of intimidation.
JOHANNESBURG - Striking 10111 workers will continue their picket outside the police headquarters in Midrand on Tuesday.
They suspended their demonstration on Monday, as they mobilised non-striking workers to join their work stoppage.
They're demanding the same salaries as their colleagues at other government call centres.
Last week, the Labour Court in Johannesburg ruled in favour of the South African Police Service, granting an interdict against acts of intimidation.
But worker representative Bethuel Nkuna says they will not contravene the court order.
“We’re doing this to achieve what we’re aiming for. We are trying to reason with them, so they understand why we’re doing this.
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)