SOUTH AFRICA: Car workers strike over pay
More than 31,000 members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) began an indefinite strike on Wednesday after two months of pay negotiations stalled. The union has rejected the offer of a 7% rise in the first year followed by increases in line with inflation and is demanding a one-year inflation-busting 15% increase; inflation in South Africa was 4.2% last month.
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