Numsa warns of ‘no retreat’ as Air Chefs set to join SAA strike

Wage talks between the airline and unions remain deadlocked

22.11.2019

Numsa warns of ‘no retreat’ as Air Chefs set to join SAA strike

Wage talks between the airline and unions remain deadlocked

A secondary strike that could affect airline catering is on the cards, as talks between unions and SAA remained deadlocked on Wednesday.

“Comair has a strike certificate. We are coming after Acsa (Airports Company SA). If Acsa shuts down, none of the planes are moving,” she said.

Hlubi-Majola said in the same way that SAA had found money to raise salaries for pilots, it should find a way to do so for other employees.

Numsa and SA Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) members have been on strike since Friday.

A statement from his office said: “While the minister reiterated the government’s commitment to saving the airline, he strongly urged the unions to work with the airline’s management to find a speedy resolution to the impasse. The ultimate aim is to ensure that both jobs and the airline can be saved.”

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Numsa warns of ‘no retreat’ as Air Chefs set to join SAA strikeWage talks between the airline and unions remain deadlocked

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Numsa warns of ‘no retreat’ as Air Chefs set to join SAA strikeWage talks between the airline and unions remain deadlocked

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