The strike by Gautrain bus drivers enters its second week after attempts to end the unprotected strike failed at the weekend. Picture: Sapa

The strike by Gautrain bus drivers enters its second week after attempts to end the unprotected strike failed at the weekend. Picture: Sapa

JOHANNESBURG – The strike by Gautrain bus drivers enters its second week after attempts to end the unprotected strike failed at the weekend.

Drivers went on strike on Thursday joining the Bus Rapid Transit System strike in Gauteng and Cape Town.

Gautrain spokesperson Errol Braithwaite has once again appealed to the more than 300 drivers to return to work.

“The branch should come back to work and follow due process so that issues can be resolved. I’m afraid that hasn’t happened they’re refusing to do that, so we have to seek some kind of legal recourse.”