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"This as Syntell has contracts with most municipalities to run their traffic functions."The City of Cape Town, one of the biggest municipalities that outsourced traffic services to Syntell, will be the worst affected by the strike action." Syntell, which has its head office in Cape Town, was not immediately available for comment.
This initiative aims to coordinate the effort to bringcombined civil law suits against the authorities concerned who, despite being given numerous opportunities withdraw illegal fines issued by them have failed to do so.It said the "more than 80 percent" of Syntell (Pty) Ltd's workforce who were Samwu members would down tools next week.This followed a failed attempt at mediation, and the company's unilateral implementation of a five percent wage increase."To make matters worse, this company is owned by a trade union investment company (Sactwu Investment Holdings)," Samwu said in a statement.It said the strike was likely to "negatively impact" on the processing of traffic fines and summonses throughout the country.They and have now further compounded the situation by sending out AARTO 13 “Courtesy Letters” which carry an additional R60 charge on top of the 100% fine values.
These have been issued after the 32 day 50% discount phase had expired but instead ended up being posted 9 months later.
In addition, license disks are being withheld by licensing authorities all over the country based on the premise that the registered owner has outstanding traffic fines.
This practice is completely illegal and this fact has been acknowledged by the RTMC, AARTO and the JMPD, yet the practice continues.
Registered members of the Class Action website will be able to get help with this too.
From January 2010, the JMPD has contracted the services of debt collectors; VVM Inc.
to send out mass SMS and email messages for “stagnated” camera fines dating back to early 2008, even going so far as to threaten recipients with arrest in JMPD roadblocks.