JOHANNESBURG - There is still no apparent resolution to the pay debate between the South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers' Union (Saccawu) and Massmart.
The cross country wage strike has now entered its third week.
Individuals associated with Saccawu are requesting a R500 compensation increment in all cases, while the retail goliath - which possesses stores including Makro, Game and Builders Warehouse - is offering R320.
The gatherings resumed dealings last week, however have been mum with regards to whether or not a further developed deal has been postponed.
The association wanted to obliterate Massmart's tasks during Black Friday, yet had little impact.
In the interim, Massmart said its stores had kept on working typically notwithstanding the strike, and it was certain that this would stay the case all through the merry season.We ought to see what will happen in the next coming days, due to the urgency of the matter.
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