MTN Workers in South Africa Protest Unfair Treatment

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Nearly 2,000 workers are on strike at the headquarters of telecoms giant MTN in Johannesburg, SA.

Workers, who were singing and chanting anti-establishment slogans, are demanding bonuses and a 10% wage increase. Communications Workers Union national organiser Tshepo Matlou told the BBC that they also want temporary workers’ contracts to be upgraded to permanent staff.

Source: BBC



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