JOHANNESBURG, July 29 (Reuters) - Some South African auto workers could down tools as early as next week to push for higher wages, a union official said on Thursday. "We could well give them a notice to strike as soon as next Thursday ... our lawyers are working on it," Castro Ngobese, a spokesman for the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, told Reuters. The union's demands include 20 percent wage increase. Thousands of South Africa's public service workers went on a march ...
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