The South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) has suspend its strike at the City of Cape Town after some of its demands were met.
The strike began on Monday over a range of workers’ grievances. It was not over wages.
Samwu Cape regional secretary Mike Khumalo said that the strike was being suspended to "allow processes to take their course".
According to a report on IOL, an independent facilitator has been appointed as per one of the conditions of the strike being suspended.
Khumalo said that striking workers' grievances included allegations of discrimination at some depots, worker transport problems and adjustment of work programmes.
There also concerns that the new work programmes could lead to greater workloads for some Samwu members.