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postoffice thumb100 EWN reports that the SA Post Office (Sapo) says it has contingency plans in place to deal with a strike by the Communications Workers Union (CWU).  

The union last week served the Post Office with a 48-hour notice of intention to strike.  While Sapo expects some of its employees to join the demonstration, it does not expect any of its services to be disrupted.  CEO Mark Barnes indicated that Sapo has communicated with its clients, staff and stakeholders and that “the whole thing is being professionally managed and we don’t expect it to be disruptive.”  Network distributors, Sentech and Broadband Infraco, are expected to be affected as a result of the strike.

  • This short report by Kgomotso Modise is at EWN


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