Durban - Workers at the stationery manufacturing company, Bidvest Waltons workers have walked off the warehouse floor and local stores in a wage protest.
They carried placards on Monday outside the warehouse at Riverhorse Valley highlighting what they say are poor working conditions and demanded 100% bonuses.
In addition, staff demanded an 11% salary increase across the board and a minimum wage of R7 000 a month.
The Bidvest Waltons employees in KwaZulu-Natal said they were further prejudiced as they were allegedly paid less than their counterparts in Cape Town.
They are also demanding double pay for working Sundays, an 18% shift allowance, and a guaranteed 13th cheque, amongst others.