JOHANNESBURG – The Interaction Employees Union (CWU) on Saturday reported it was building development in persuading the The South African Broadcasting Company (SABC) to hear their demands.
Members affiliated to the union have been protesting, demanding that authorities abandon the turnaround approach for the public broadcaster.
They also want retrenchments to end and for the board to be dissolved.
The union will be assembly Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni Abrams on Saturday afternoon.
Typical Secretary Aubrey Shabalala, explained, “We demanded that the president initiate an investigation on all the SABC’s tenders around the past two many years which includes the latest deed of Telkom. Obviously, when you abandon the common structures, you must abandon the system to retrench workers and have interaction on the common buildings to preserve employment and all providers received.”
At the similar time, the SABC welcomed the Labour Court’s final decision to dismiss an application for leave to charm a earlier ruling that the retrenchment system is good and just.
Staff ended up dealt however yet another blow next a unsuccessful court bid by labour union Broadcasting, Digital, Media & Allied Staff Union (Bemawu).
Some employees at the point out broadcaster went on strike this week in excess of the layoffs of 303 workers.
The union approached the court docket on Friday for software to attractiveness the earlier court docket ruling in December.
SABC COO Ian Plaatjes claimed the Labour Courtroom has after again validated the SABC’s segment 189 procedure.
“The courtroom has dominated that there was only no reasonable prospect that another court could appear to a distinctive conclusion. Based mostly on the points presented by Bamawu and their failure to show there was any content failure in this portion 189 system, in accordance to the Labour Relations Act.”