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SA Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union members will continue striking at Woolworths, the union announced yesterday.
"Workers unanimously resolved to continue with the strike until a satisfactory response from the company," Saccawu said in a statement.
It added that a notice of extension had been served on the company indicating the continuation of labour action.
"This means that the strike action will continue as legally protected strike action," Saccawu said.
Woolworths confirmed that it had indeed received the notice of extension.
Saccawu said its members had expressed concern about "problems with store managers who, without respite, continue in their attempts to frustrate and intimidate striking workers".
Saccawu added that it had decided to legally challenge the picketing rules because of the impracticability of and the infringement on workers' rights to picket. -- Sapa