(Adds new quotes, details) By Peter Apps JOHANNESBURG, June 27 (Reuters) - Transport, mining and car production faltered across South Africa on Monday as workers took to the streets for a one-day strike against unemployment and poverty, although employers said the strike was patchy. Labour federation COSATU -- an alliance partner of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) -- said the government and firms should do more to create jobs, support local industry and buy more South African ...
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