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COSATU has said Sun International's "racism and disregard for the working class" will be exposed during the coming Fifa World Cup.
The federation said their strike would carry on during the soccer spectacle if management did not agree to their demands. The no work, no pay strike started four weeks ago at Sun International hotels.
Cosatu spokesperson in North West, Solly Phetoe, said Sun City "has undermined" a memorandum of understanding signed between the parties last year.
Phetoe said on Saturday members of the Cosatu-aligned South Africa Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union would march again to Sun City.
The strike is also over a wage dispute.
"The company is continuing to use the services of labour brokers and workers are still subjected to racism and unfair labour practices,"Phetoe said .
He said fans and tourists would "get to see what Sun City is like" come the World Cup tournament. Phetoe said about 2400 Saccawu members are on strike at Sun City.
Wage talks at the CCMA broke down after a settlement could not be reached. Cosatu demanded a 13percent hike across the board and an increase in the night-shift allowance from R2,30 to R7 an hour.
Sun International spokesperson Enid Vickers said their 8 percent offer was final.