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SA’s largest union says it is willing to revisit its demand for higher wages in the automotive sector, which analysts say would scare away investors and add to SA’s unemployment crisis.
On Monday Vusumuzi Mkhungo, co-ordinator of the auto and tyre sector in the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa), said the union is willing to tone down its demand for a one-year 20% wage increase across the board...
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