May Day signifies workers' struggle: SACP

- | 6 months ago

The South African Communist Party (SACP) in Gauteng says they will hand over a memorandum of demands at the department of labour in Johannesburg as part of May Day commemorations.

The SACP says some of their demands are that workers should work 40 hours a week.   It says this day signifies the struggle workers are going through on a daily basis.

Cosatu Gauteng Provincial Secretary, Dumisane Dakile says, “For the first time in Africa, we’ve got a national minimum wage which is part of the victory that workers have been able to achieve.

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