Security guards protest outside Evander Hospital
Protesters from Evander to Standerton and Ermelo claim they have not been paid in two months.
DCSSL said in a press release that all service providers will be paid on 31 January.
Security guards are currently protesting in front of the Evander Hospital, after claiming they have not been paid their wages for the past two months, reports Ridge Times.
They claim not to have been paid their wages for the past two months.
Protests also erupted in Standerton and Ermelo on Tuesday.
Highvelder reported on Tuesday that security officers burned tyres in front of Standerton Hospital and that protests erupted outside Ermelo Provincial Hospital on Monday.
According to a protester at the Ermelo Hospital, they work for Blue Lion Security and a contract was signed between the company and the hospital.
They were disgruntled because they had not received their salary on time.
Protesters locked the gates of the hospital with handcuffs.
However, protesters remain sceptical that they will receive their money.
Updates to follow as more information is made available.