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First ever Gautrain strike comes to an end, union agrees to wage deal

The first ever Gautrain strike has ended following following two weeks of marathon negotiations

Gautrain will operate on public holiday, no end in sight for strike

The train will operate with a reduced service during peak periods

Gautrain strike to continue, Cape Town taxi strike called off

The Gautrain has been running during peak periods with reduced services since July 30

Gautrain strike: Wage negotiations with the help of the CCMA underway

The striking workers and the company are in talks, with the help of the CCMA, to address the impasse but there is no guarantee of a speedy resolution

Striking workers call for Gautrain boycott

The Gautrain is moving to normalise operations during peak periods amidst commuter frustration over reduced services during the industrial action

Commuters suffer as Gautrain strike set to continue

​The United National Transport Union has denied that buses were prevented from leaving the Gautrain depot in Midrand

Gautrain bus delays as first ever strike kicks off

The Gautrain is operating a reduced service consisting of a peak period train service between Centurion and Sandton every 12 minutes

EXPLAINER: Why Gautrain workers are on strike

​The United National Transport Union is demanding a basic salary increase of 10%

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