Cosatu in the Western Cape says it’s all systems go to make the impact of today’s nation-wide strike felt in Cape Town.

Members affiliated to the federation are protesting against corruption, unemployment, and gender-based violence.

The protest action will also focus on wage disputes with government.

Due to Covid-19, the federation wants its members to support the action by staying at home.

But it expects around 50 vehicles to form a motorcade that’ll carry its message to local government.

Cosatu’s provincial secretary, Malvern de Bruyn, says they’ll hand over memorandums to the City of Cape Town, provincial legislature and the national parliament.