AMCU members march in Durban against job cuts

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AMCUWorkers have been making their way through the streets of Durban – calling for government to help put an end to mass job losses.

They also want workers to be treated better.

Speaking to Newswatch, one worker said he’s getting paid R4500 a month – an income that includes funding transport costs, food and living expenses.

Workers affiliated to the mining and construction union, AMCU have marched on the Department of Mineral Resources to hand over a memorandum of demands.

The demonstration forms part of AMCU’s nationwide campaign against job losses in the mining industry and other socio-economic issues.

ECR