Post Office workers are expected to march to the Union Buildings today, They want government to intervene in the three month long strike.
JOHANNESBURG - There could be an end to the four month long post office strike.
Employers and workers will be meeting on Wednesday hopefully to come to a resolve.
Workers are demanding an 8-percent salary increase and a conversion of casual workers to permanent employees.
The Post Office complains they are already cash-strapped with their latest financials showing a R359-million loss.
The workers union says employers want to go back to work but needs a guaranteed salary increase first.
The union is confident an agreement is imminent.
* eNCA&39;s Dan Moyane spoke with Clyde Mervin, President of the Communication Workers Union -- watch the interview in the gallery above.
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