Our members and working class communities are the ones on the receiving end of the current situation. It is our kids that have not been to school since the beginning of the strike, it is the workers and their families who are affected by the non-functioning public hospitals. The elite in our society are hardly affected by the strike.
Public sector workers call on civil society & communities to support the strike and not to cross the picket lines. Volunteers are equal to scabbing & scabbing does deepen frustrations and anger amongst ourselves as it undermines our legitimate demands. On 26 August 2010, Tomorrow we will take our struggle to a higher level embarking on Decentralized Mass Marches throughout the provinces and regions.
We have no other weapon but the withdrawal of our labour. Workers invite the members of the media to join and cover the struggles of the working class nationwide tomorrow.
Attached is a list of all our marches and contact details of organisers and the deployed leadership.