JOHANNESBURG - The Young Communist League (YCL) along with the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Young Workers say they will set out on a dissent this Friday to feature various issues influencing South Africans.
August imprints a long time since the Marikana Massacre where 34 excavators were killed in the North West at the Wonderkop Koppie outside Rustenburg.
On 16 August 2012, the excavators were shot and killed by police during a vicious and unprotected strike.
Ten individuals, including Lonmin safety officers and police, were additionally killed in the days paving the way to the dangerous shooting.
The associations say they will stamp the commemoration by walking to the Union Buildings and giving over their notice of requests, which incorporate a finish to fuel climbs and the rejecting of the rearward in-first-out arrangement of conservations.
YCL representative Mzwandile Thakhudi said: "We are calling for business open doors for youngsters, to casualisation and ingest every single legally binding laborer."
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