Auto employment grows in South Africa JOHANNESBURG — South Africa's automakers hired 1,118 new workers during the year's second quarter. Employment now totals 32,239 workers or 3.6% more than same time last year. Experts say the growth is due to continued recovery in the auto sector and a wave of hiring at the Volks-wagen AG plant. New vehicle sales are increasing this year and are expected to be up about 15% by the end of the year. Sales up in South Africa JOHANNESBURG — South ...

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