Some 700 University of Johannesburg employees have embarked on an indefinite strike at all campuses.
The strike, which began on Friday morning is being led by the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (NUMSA) and involves security personnel, support staff and cleaners.
The University has declined to be interviewed, but has issued a statement saying it has contingency plans in place.
It says NUMSA’s demands have far-reaching implications which will place the University’s current and future sustainability model at significant risk.
For more details on the labour action, we talk to NUMSA’s spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola…
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