WC Cosatu says their protest will go forward on Thursday
That’s regardless of the utterances made by Premier Alan Winde saying that Cosatu’s march is misguided.
FILE: Cosatu members march in Cape City in protest towards the poor state of the nation’s public transport system on 20 February 2020. Image: Kaylynn Palm/EWN
CAPE TOWN – Cosatu within the Western Cape mentioned its protest will go forward on Thursday.
That is regardless of utterances made by Premier Alan Winde saying that the union’s march is misguided.
Cosatu mentioned it has had sufficient of the high-crime fee and the insufferable value of residing.
Winde took to social media suggesting that crime impacts all law-abiding Western Cape residents. However Cosatu feels that its message must be heard throughout its deliberate protest in Cape City.
Its method has raised issues to the Premier who feels that this demonstration could trigger delays in productiveness.
Winde mentioned he’s fearful that the protest could disrupt staff as this must be the time when financial exercise is prioritised given the adverse affect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nevertheless, Cosatu’s provincial secretary Malvern De Bruyn mentioned it’s all methods go.
“We now have utilized to the Metropolis, we have the certificates and we’ll march tomorrow.”
Cosatu is planning at hand over a memorandum to authorities within the Western Cape hoping that they can also play their half in bettering the lives of residents.