South African motor retail workers agree pay rise


JOHANNESBURG, Aug 21 (Reuters) - South Africa's fuel-pump attendants and motor retail workers struck a deal with their employers for pay rises of up to 14.8 percent starting from September, their union said on Thursday. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) said in a statement it had made a one-year wage agreement with the Fuel Retailers Association and the Retail Motor Industry to award pay rises of 14.8 percent to rural pump attendants, and between eight and nine ...

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