File: Numsa on Monday said it felt insulted by the four percent wage offer made by the employers in the bus passenger sector and called on them to take wage talks seriously.
JOHANNESBURG - Bus commuters around the country are likely to be delayed getting to work on Thursday morning.
Thousands of bus drivers from various trade unions have stopped work, demanding a 15 percent wage increase.
Numsa has urged employers to reopen negotiations to avert the strike.
Government has called on bus transport unions and employers to reach common ground.