* New govt wage offer unlikely to come on Friday * Investors worry about strike stretching into Sept. By Jon Herskovitz JOHANNESBURG, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Unions representing striking South African civil servants plan talks with the government on Friday as investors worry about the damage of a prolonged walk-out on Africa's largest economy. The strike by more than 1 million state workers seeking higher wages started on Wednesday. It turned violent on its second day with police firing ...
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