The South African Airways (SAA) strike will go ahead on Friday after a wage agreement could not be reached.
NUMSA and the South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) failed to reach a wage agreement with management during talks in Johannesburg on Thursday. The strike will start at 4 am Friday morning.
The unions had been demanding an eight percent increment across the board. SAA was offering a five point nine percent increase – which was rejected by the unions.
The unions had also wanted SAA to shelve plans to shed 900 jobs.
Watch NUMSA briefing below:
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