300 insourced City of Joburg workers say they want to join Mashaba's movement
The group invited Herman Mashaba in the Johannesburg CBD on Saturday morning with the intention of aiding his campaign trail.
JOHANNESBURG - About 300 City of Joburg employees consisting of cleaners and security guards said they want to join former Mayor Herman Mashaba's political movement Action SA.
The group invited Mashaba in the Johannesburg CBD on Saturday morning with the intention of aiding his campaign trail.
The workers were granted full-time employment status by the City of Joburg during Mashaba's period as mayor.
“The message to them is to say we hope you’ve got your dignity back. This is something that we want to demonstrate to other municipalities,” Mashaba said.
Mashaba added he hopes other groups will follow this example.
Mass membership drive under the theme Insourcing of cleaners and security guards in #ActionSA led municipalities underway @HermanMashaba @FunzelaZA @AsktheChief01 @MikaNgobeni @Zark_Lebatlang @Action4SA pic.twitter.com/xT99oiugeG#Mashaba2021 (@Khomojross) October 24, 2020
Its our objective to restore South Africans dignity. We commit to ensuring that the insourcing process that happened in 2019 under the leadership of @HermanMashaba happens again #ActAsOne National tour. pic.twitter.com/wq1CXjrru9Funzi Ngobeni (@FunzelaZA) October 24, 2020