* Finance minister expects no major economic hit * Pressure mounts to reach a deal * Troops and army medics deployed to hospitals (Adds details, plans for more talks) By Jon Herskovitz JOHANNESBURG, Aug 19 (Reuters) - South African police fired rubber bullets to disperse crowds blocking roads and healthcare workers prevented patients from entering hospitals as a strike by more than 1 million civil servants grew on Thursday. The walkout in pursuit of higher wages that started a ...
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