SA Truckers are warned to be careful if they find themselves in Namibia on 21 September 2020 as local truck drivers have threatened a massive countrywide strike against Namibia’s Ministry of Works and Transport.

The Namibian truck drivers are protesting against the government’s failure to form a union for truck drivers.

According to a local publication, Confidente, 300 aggrieved truck drivers are going to demonstrate on September 21 at B1 City Mall in Katutura for allegedly being mistreated by the government.

Several truck drivers told Confidente that they will soon demonstrate countrywide.

“We are going to demonstrate countrywide whereby we are going to park our trucks in the middle of the roads. If the lawmakers want to kill us they can do that.

This is a developing story…

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