SAfrican motor industry workers to strike - Union


JOHANNESBURG, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Some 200,000 workers in South Africa's motor retail and component sector will go on indefinite strike from September 10 after wage negotiations stalled, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) said on Monday. "This comes after the Fuel Retailers Association and the Retail Motor Industry reneged on an 'in principle' agreement reached two weeks ago," union spokesman Dumisa Ntuli said. The two organisations represent petrol stations, panel ...

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