Clover workers meet with Gov over call for nationalisation


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13 January 2022: The SA Federation of Trade Unions together with workers and other organisations joined a demonstration of Clover workers at the Trade, Industry, and Competition offices in Pretoria where they demanded a halt factory closures and job losses at Clover. Picture: Ihsaan Haffejee
Picture: New Frame

The occupation by Clover workers of the Industrial Development Corporation in Sandton has ended.

They are calling for the nationalisation of the dairy manufacturer.

The strikers are affiliated to the General Industrial Workers Union of South Africa (Giwusa).

They’ve been on strike since November over concerns of job cuts by the Israeli-owned company.

Workers want Milco to be bought out from Clover.

It’s a consortium led by the Israeli Central Bottling Company.

Workers are meeting with representatives of the Trade, Industry and Competition, and the Labour Departments tomorrow morning.

Workers accuse Clover of refusing to make compromises in relation to their working conditions.

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