Now let me just set the record straight. In South Africa people and the media refer to these instances as "Strikes" or "protests", when in reality they would be labelled riots in any decent country. This is a small scale one but it is about the 5th or 6th "strike" in the past 2 months. It started with the industrial sector (mines, fabrication, ironworking etc.) and they would throw stones at vehicles, set fires to houses and bussineses, attack people with bricks and machetes and block roads with boulders while destryoing property. In fact, and I am not joking at all, my father engineering and fabrication business was set alight by niggers last month. Luckily there was little damage and the fire was brought under control. Don't be fooled by the term "strike". There is nothing legal or peaceful about these riots. The term "strike" refers to workers refusing to work untill their demands are met, in South Africa it means workers going on rampages and starting riots.
Now we have the municipal workers striking. They want an 18% increase on wages. This is quite funny because according to statistics the apes are already overpayed and our economy can barely sustain itself as is. In South Africa, especilly where I live, we already have a water or electricity outage every second week and trash piling up on the sides of the streets. There is already next to no service delivery here so if this strike escelates I doubt I will even be able to clean all the niggerfuxation off myself t the end of the day, let alone cook fucking food since there will be no water or electricity.
TNB. Just another typical day in S.A with "gibs me dat!" mentality shining through yet again.