By Jon Herskovitz JOHANNESBURG, Aug 23 (Reuters) - South African state workers including thousands of hospital staff are ignoring a court order to return to work, raising the stakes in a strike that could weigh on the continent's largest economy. [ID:nLDE67M0BV] Below are some questions and answers about the strike and its impact: WHO IS ON STRIKE? The stoppage is by a coalition of more than a dozen unions who represent 1.3 million state employees including teachers, police, nurses, ...
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