Pikitup workers embark on illegal strike; rubbish collection affected

The workers who have embarked on the strike are affiliated to the South African Municipal Worker’s Union (SAMWU).

Pikitup apologised to residents and has appealed for patience from its residents and business owners and to not leave their bins outside their properties on collection days until further notice.

The City and Pikitup board and management condemned the SAMWU worker’s unlawful actions.

This publication will update with more information as it comes to light.

The strike comes after work stoppages by SAMWU members in November and December last year:

Work stoppages at Pikitup

Pikitup on strike – again


Daniella Potter
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