South Africa union signs wage deal to end petrol strike


JOHANNESBURG, Sept 27 (Reuters) - South Africa's NUMSA union has signed an agreement to end a multi-week wage strike by auto garage and petrol station workers in Africa's largest economy, NUMSA General Secretary Irvin Jim said on Friday. He initially said a much more damaging strike in the auto retail and parts sectors had been resolved. He later stated that strike was still on. (Reporting by Peroshni Govender; Writing by David Dolan; Editing by Jon Herskovitz)


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