Rubbish strewn Durban CBD – eThekwini to act as strike continuesPosted by On

The eThekwini municipality strike has seen thousands of South African Municipal Workers Union members downing tools.

With rubbish strewn and piling up in the Durban CBD in KwaZulu-Natal, Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube and eThekwini mayor Mxolisi Kaunda are expected to address residents of eThekwini about the ongoing illegal and unprotected strike.

The eThekwini municipality strike has seen thousands of employees represented by the South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) downing tools in various departments including water, electricity, Durban Solid Wast.

The disruption of services around Durban caused by protesting municipal workers overturning refuse bins has left the CBD in a state of disarray.

Watch the current state of the Durban CBD as worker continue with their strike


The eThekwini Municipality said the briefing will outline coordinated interventions that will be implemented jointly by the provincial government and the municipality to ensure that provision of services to the citizen is not disrupted.

“They will also make important announcements about dealing decisively…

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