The capital city of Tshwane on Thursday axed an additional 55 employees, bringing the total number of workers fired over the illegal wage strike to 93.

Tshwane metro spokesperson Selby Bokaba said in a statement that “more dismissal letters are in the process of being issued to the striking employees”...

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