Marizka Coetzer
Journalist
2 minute read
12 May 2022
5:15 am

Extremetec Numsa affiliated workers’ strike affects pupils in Tshwane

Marizka Coetzer

Numsa regional secretary for Hlanganani Jerry Morulane apologised for the inconvenience caused by the Extremetec strike

Picture for illustration purposes. Numsa members Picture: Michel Bega

The wheels came off for the bus services of Tshwane on Wednesday as National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) workers from Extremetec embarked on a strike. Extremetec is responsible for fare collection services for the A Re Yeng bus rapid transit system and Tshwane Bus Service. The bus services were expected to return to normal on Thursday, while Tshwane City prepared to meet with the unions and management following the strike. Dikeledi Selowa, MMC for roads and transport for the City of Tshwane, said there were numerous contentious issues between the unions and management. “The suspension follows a...