Striking municipal workers set fire to rubbish during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Striking municipal workers set fire to rubbish during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
A striking municipal worker is seen with a rubbish bin during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
A striking municipal worker is seen with a rubbish bin during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Samwu members striking in Darling Street, Cape Town. Photo: Kim Kay
Samwu members striking in Darling Street, Cape Town. Photo: Kim Kay
Riot police stomp out a fire started by striking municipal workers during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Riot police stomp out a fire started by striking municipal workers during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Striking municipal workers vandalise a traffic sign during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Striking municipal workers vandalise a traffic sign during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Striking municipal workers vandalise a traffic sign during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Striking municipal workers vandalise a traffic sign during a march in Cape Town for higher wages. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPA
Striking Samwu workers trash Darling Street in the Cape Town CBD. Photo: Kim Kay, IOL
Striking Samwu workers trash Darling Street in the Cape Town CBD. Photo: Kim Kay, IOL

More than 1000 workers from the South African Municipal Workers' Union marched through the city's streets demanding a living wage.

More than 1000 workers from the South African Municipal Workers' Union marched through the city's streets demanding a living wage, with some saying they took home less than R3000 at the end of the month.