Durban’s central business area was brought to a halt when Durban Waste Removal Agency workers blocked the streets with solid waste.
Waste trucks full of garbage were used to dump into the streets. The action is in protest against raising old MK members salaries in the department.
MK members ‘salaries are apparently increased from R9,000 to R20,000 and it appears that several departments in the Durban municipality are following the same policy regarding MK members’ remuneration, but observers reckon MK members serving are working much less than the other workers.
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