THERE is still no end in sight to the Cape Town train strike, which enters its fifth day today .
Although Metrorail says the service is "back to normal", less than half the city's trains were running yesterday.
On Wednesday night, a commuter died and four others were injured when they fell off an overcrowded train.
In another incident, a cable theft in Nyanga delayed the Cape Town to Khayelitsha trains yesterday.
The Fedusa-affiliated United Transport and Allied Trade Union (Utatu) wants a 9,5percent increase, even though the majority union in the sector - the Cosatu-affiliated South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu) - accepted Metrorail's 8percent wage offer last week.
Utatu assistant general secretary Tshidiso Plaaitjies said: "We don't reach agreements based on who the majority union is."
Striking Utatu members at Cape Town's central taxi rank yesterday slammed Satawu for the pay deal.
A train driver said Metrorail's plan to do away with overtime could cost each driver between R4000 and R5000 a month.