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    Bus strike paralyses Port Elizabeth

    An Eastern Cape bus driver strike over wages has paralysed the transport system in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, according to a GroundUp report.

    Libhongolethu Bus Services operates a fleet of buses in the northern areas of Port Elizabeth. The buses are owned by the municipality which has subcontracted Spectrum Alert, a private company, to run the routes.

    The bus system was rolled out two years ago after the municipality bought out taxi drivers who were then employed by Spectrum Alert as drivers and conductors.

    The bus workers embarked on a strike four weeks ago and on Monday, employees who had not yet joined in the strike did so, paralysing the bus system.

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