Kaya 959 News
Greyhound has until tomorrow to provide answers to unions on its decision to close down the bus operator.
The company announced at the beginning of this month that it would close due to difficult trading conditions after nearly 40 years on the roads.
Unions cried foul about the irregular management of the situation, blaming the company for leaving 700 workers jobless.
Greyhound and unions are engaged this week in section 189 retrenchment consultations at the CCMA.
Unions questioned why the company did not consider going under business rescue when signs of financial difficulties were present.
They have also accused Greyhound of trying to steamroll the process by adding several other operators to the section 189 notice.
The Democratised Transport Logistics and Allied Workers Union (DETAWU) General Secretary Vusi Ntshangase