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About the Petrol Industry, are they really on strike?
Yes, unfortunately it is true, Sipho. Even here in our little cathedral city in the Eastern Cape. Fortunately I heard on the news on Friday or Saturday that there was going to be this petrol attendants' strike so both our cars have full tanks. Am just wondering how long the strike will continue and, even more important, who will be the next to strike? Post Office? Dairy? Hairdressers? Any other suggestions? :p
Yesterday I was clever and wanted to change the world.
Today I am wise and am changing myself.
:oHow about all housewifes who runs the household without any pay and listen to whining children and selfish husbands mowning all day long and then the faithfull and loyal husbands who work religiously to income their family to give them a better life and future but yet they are underpaid and then last but not least, the sellers on BOB to teach all the buyers a very good lesson in ethics!;)
Unfortunately the "SWC honeymoon" is now over and the TAIL is now wagging the DOG once again. I often wonder about the "No work, no pay" slogan that is so freely used - can you see this happening?
The spin off of all the rejected wage increase DEMANDS is now spilling over to the other unions. NUM has indicated their support to the strike as well. As for SAPO, they seem to be on a permanent GO SLOW -eish!!