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Union leaders for 1.3-million public servants have trimmed their wage demands to 6.5%, raising the prospect of breaking a deadlock that threatens to shut down schools, hospitals and government departments.

Labour and the government have been locked in talks for weeks after unions rejected the government’s offer of a 2% pay increase plus the extension of a R1,000 cash gratuity...

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