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Mauritius: School cleaners on hunger strike

In partnership with ITUC Africa, the African regional organization of the International Trade Union Confederation and Public Services International.

Two union leaders and five cleaners are on hunger strike against poverty pay at Mauritian schools. Low wages of US $43 per month and casual employment through contractors for 333 women cleaners at Mauritian government-run primary and secondary schools prompted the Confédération des Travailleurs du Secteur Public et Privé president Reeaz Chutto and general secretary, Jane Ragoo, and five women cleaners to start a hunger strike on 13 October.

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