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NTUCANA reports that the strike at the National Zoological Gardens (NZG) of SA in Pretoria, which started earlier this month, has come to an end after management and employees affiliated to the National Trade Union Congress (NTUC) reached an agreement.  

Workers were set to resume duties on Wednesday.  The NZG said in a statement:  "Details of the negotiated settlement will be discussed with the NZG’s non-striking employees and other stakeholders.  The NZG would like to express it thanks to the members of the public for their support during this period.  It would also like to express appreciation to volunteers who aided the organisation."  The strike began on 8 July with workers demanding overtime pay for working on weekends.

  • This short report is at IOL News
  • See too, Staking by dieretuin verby, at Netwerk24 (limit on access)
  • And also, Pretoria se dieretuin-staking verby, at Maroela Media

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