About 150 members of the University of Cape Town Employees Union (UCTEU) marched through the university on Thursday, the first day of their strike.

Their union is the university’s largest, representing professional, administrative and support service (PASS) employees. It has about 1,400 members on a wide range of pay. University’s ..

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