The Labour Court is expected to rule soon whether bus company Putco’s employees are entitled to a 6% wage agreement reached in 2020, following a crippling wildcat strike that halted operations in Gauteng and left over 150,000 commuters in the lurch.

The company’s bus drivers downed tools eight days ago and embarked on a wildcat strike in Soweto and Pretoria, demanding that the company implement the wage agreement...

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