The South African Post Office has announced that the crippling strike is over.
Mail services in the Eastern, Northern and Western Cape are back to normal as well as in KwaZulu-Natal.
Mail processing in Gauteng has resumed at most major mail centres and the mail is flowing again.
A total of 30 post offices in the Wits region are closed for repairs after they were vandalised by strikers.
In Tshwane, the majority of people are back at work with 3 post offices closed for repairs after they were vandalised.
The Krugersdorp hub is not operational.
In the Free State, Welkom mail centre is not working at full capacity. All post offices in the Central Region are open.
In Polokwane, mail is expected to start moving today, although 22 branches in Limpopo are closed with staff on strike.
Lastly, the Johannesburg International Mail Centre is not working at optimal capacity, which means that international mail is still at a standstill.
Workers were string for a 15 % salary increase and eventually settle at 8 %.
Domestic and International parcels can be tracked at: www.postoffice.co.za