Pretoria - Some of the 3 000 security guards, who are out of work following the termination of their security companies' services at the City of Tshwane, braved the cold weather on Monday to march to Tshwane House.
Under the #outsourcingmustfall, they are demanding to be insourced by the municipality after contracts of their companies were not renewed.
Workers are also demanding a minimum wage of R10 000 after they have been insourced.
The striking guards vowed not to leave the municipal offices until the mayor Solly Msimanga had come out to speak to them.
They are chanting anti-Msimanga songs, accusing the mayor of spreading lies that they were advancing a political course of certain political parties.
"The mayor doesn't want to speak to us. We are not sent by the ANC or the EFF. We are fighting for our jobs," they said.
They had earlier gathered on Church Square, where they were briefed by their leaders about the purpose of the march.