JOHANNESBURG – Numsa has agreed to end its bus strike.
Workers are expected back behind the wheel by Tuesday.
The union says it was forced to accept a nine percent wage hike, to keep peace and stability in the transport sector.
Three unions, including Satawu, agreed to the pay offer on Friday, effectively ending the mass action as they are in the majority.
Numsa made the decision after extensive consultations with its members Saturday.
It says it will continue to pressure the Labour Department to do proper oversight of the bus passenger sector.