Union Could Attach Train Coaches, Other Assets After Court Ruling

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) now faces the risks of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) approaching the sheriff to attach train coaches and any other assets.  The Labour Court granted UNTU’s application, making the collective agreement on the 19 disputes Prasa agreed to in April last year an order of Court.  Included in the 19 disputes are the 45-hour weekly averaging, sick leave, transport for nightshift employees, uniforms and discrepancies in the paymen


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