SAA granted interdict against striking cabin crew

The Johannesburg Labour Court has granted SAA an interdict against striking SA Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) members, Sacca has confirmed.

SAA applied to have its striking cabin crew staff return to work immediately.

According to a report on News24, SAA’s affidavit said that the strike was unprotected and it requested that an order be granted by the court to restrain employees from participating in the strike. The application also requests that an order be made for Sacca to restrain from encouraging and promoting participation in the strike.

Sacca is awaiting the paperwork of the interdict before giving further comments on a possible way forward.

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