petrolpump thumb medium80 94Fin24 reports that the petrol wage strike is expected to continue indefinitely as an agreement could not be reached between unions and employers at a meeting held on Friday.  

The strike by members of the Chemical Energy Paper Printing Wood and Allied Workers Union (Ceppwawu) started last Thursday at fuel refineries.  Zimisele Majamane of the National Petroleum Employers’ Association (NPEA) said:  “Unfortunately we could not meet each other [halfway].  Nothing has changed, we are still in the same position we were before the meeting.”  The union’s Jerry Ngosi indicated:  “We will continue striking until something happens.”

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