JOHANNESBURG, July 26 (Reuters) - South Africa's automakers and a union representing 21,000 workers are close to reaching an agreement on wage increases that could prevent a strike, industry and union officials said on Monday. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) had said its members would go on strike on Monday after failing to agree on wage increases with employers. "We won't pursue strike action today. Talks on Friday were impressive and we will make a final ...
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