Taxi Industry Strike Enters Day Five

The KwaZulu-Natal Government and eThekwini Municipality have created a platform that will expedite the process of releasing the remaining 85 impounded minibus taxis. However, a proposal by government to ensure that the 85 vehicles are released by today, 25 September 2015, after following the court process, was rejected by members of the taxi industry. In a high-level meeting with KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Willies Mchunu, City Manager Sibusiso Sithole, City and KwaZulu-Natal Transport Department … [Read more...]

Taxi strike leaves Durban commuters stranded

Durban commuters were left stranded as the taxi industry embarked on a strike protesting the impounding of more than 300 vehicles. Read the full article here: News KwaZulu-Natal Category RSS - Submit and get free press releases here: MyPR Free Press Release. Click HERE to submit your Durban news. … [Read more...]

Lab strike set to hobble hospitals

Primary health care at state hospitals and clinics countrywide will be hit if 5 400 laboratory workers go on strike as planned. Read the full article here: News KwaZulu-Natal Category RSS - Submit and get free press releases here: MyPR Free Press Release. Click HERE to submit your Durban news. … [Read more...]

Durban Transport Bus Drivers End Strike

Durban Transport bus drivers have agreed to return to work, putting an end to their strike action, which led to the disruption of bus services in eThekwini Municipality. The bus service, operated by private operator, Tansnat is expected to resume its full operations from tomorrow morning. On 31 December 2014 the majority of bus drivers downed tools and the service was running at a skeleton scale. However, owing to incidents of intimidation, including the firing of shots towards a bus in Ntuzuma on Thursday, 1 January 2015, all drivers … [Read more...]