JOHANNESBURG, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Thousands of South African motor workers plan wage protests on Monday, coinciding with the opening of a global summit on the future of the planet which has already been preceded by a street clash between police and demonstrators. Police have cracked down hard on protesters in the run-up to the ten-day Earth Summit in a bid to make crime-ridden Johannesburg a safe haven and prevent violent demonstrations that have marred similar events elsewhere. The ...
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