JOHANNESBURG, Aug 31 (Reuters) - South Africa's National Union of Metal Workers said on Tuesday about 70,000 workers in the automotive sector will strike on Wednesday over a wage dispute. The union said the workers were in the components, auto repair, auto dealerships and fuel retail sectors. (Reporting by Gugulakhe Lourie; editing by Marius Bosch)
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