JOHANNESBURG, June 5 (Reuters) - South Africa's metalworkers union on Thursday reiterated a threat to strike from next month in the metal and engineering industries, a move that could cripple production in the auto industry for a second straight year. Officials from the National Union of Metalworkers South Africa (NUMSA) told reporters they "might" strike for higher wages from July 1. The union, which represents 220,000 workers, last year brought auto production - which ...
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