The four-month illegal work stoppage by Tshwane metro employees, which saw municipal property such as garbage trucks and other infrastructure vandalised and destroyed, is over.

Workers who downed tools in July demanding higher wages elected on Monday to abandon the strike action and returned to their work stations after the metro dug in its heels...

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