‘We won't back down’: SAA workers vow to continue strike until demands met

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They are demanding an 8% salary hike while SAA is offering 5,9% pay rise.

CAPE TOWN/JOHANNESBURG - South African Airways workers have vowed to continue their strike until the company meets their demands.

Striking workers were protesting outside the SAA head offices on Saturday, demanding better wages. Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim said workers should fight for their rights. Meanwhile, a group of SAA employees once again gathered on the outskirts of Cape Town International Airport.


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