The indefinite wage strike by SA's largest union, the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa), has cost workers R100m in lost wages, employers said on Monday.

Numsa, which has a membership of about 432,000, downed tools last week and embarked on a strike in support of its demands for above-inflation wage increases in the embattled steel and engineering sector...

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