BCM strike's R10k proposal, Komani rampage continues

Enoch Mgijima bosses’ tardiness costs city as workers run amok waiting for meeting

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Samwu strikers went on another rampage trashing Komani on Thursday, while in BCM the union was cutting a deal for a R10,000 payout. The total cost of the payout will be in the vicinity of R50m. As protests intensified in Komani with flaming tyres, and bins and bags being kicked over and their contents strewn through the CBD, in BCM negotiations to end the strike went at a rapid pace after three weeks of infrastructure arson, intimidation, unruly behaviour, destruction, littering and no rubbish ...

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