Unions have threatened to embark on a strike action at Transnet after management of the state-owned freight rail and logistics company offered no increase for the 2021/2022 financial year which led to the wage talks reaching a stalemate.

Steve Harris and Jack Mazibuko, general secretaries of the United National Transport Union (Untu), and the SA Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (Satawu) respectively, said in a joint statement the offer “is so bad that organised labour can’t even present it to their constituents to obtain a revised mandate”...

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