Pretoria - Municipal workers at the City of Tshwane, who made futile attempts to disrupt a council meeting at the Sammy Marks Chamber last week, won’t receive the unpaid monthly stipends that propelled them to protest.
Mayoral spokesman Blessing Manale said the principle of no work no pay would apply to contract workers.
Workers, hired under the programme called Vat Alles, downed tools after they had not received their monthly stipends on August 26.
The programme is a national initiative which forms part of the extended public works programme.
Workers are responsible for picking up litter, grass cutting, removal of illegal posters, and clearing of illegal dumping sites, among other duties.