JOHANNESBURG, Sept 26 (Reuters) - A two-week strike by some 50,000 workers that had halted output at Volkswagen AG , DaimlerChrysler and other car makers in South Africa officially ended late on Tuesday, a union official said on Wednesday. Workers agreed to resume duty on Wednesday and Thursday, Elias Kubeka, the national coordinator of the motor car components division at the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) told Reuters.
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