(Updates with impact of strike) By Peter Apps JOHANNESBURG, June 27 (Reuters) - A general strike started to take hold across South Africa on Monday, hitting some gold mines, car production and rail transport as workers protested against massive unemployment and poverty. However, in other mines and other sectors, the walkout appeared generally low-key. A spokesman for AngloGold Ashanti , the world's second largest gold producer, said most of its workforce had failed to turn up, ...
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