Durban - Residents in the eThekwini Municipality are being urged to keep their weekly refuse within their properties because the cleansing and solid waste department is on strike on Monday.
In a statement issued by the municipality they said they are currently unable to provide refuse service collection and street sweeping in and around Durban due to the on-going strike action.
The municipality also urged residents to take the refuse to your nearest landfill site: Mariannhill, Ilovu or Buffelsdraai.
Workers from the Durban Solid Waste (DSW), and the departments of roads and transport, parks as well as the electricity department have embarked on a strike over unfair salary allocations.
The municipality is accused of employing about 60 Military Veterans at the water and sanitation department.