The Road Accident Fund (RAF) said on Wednesday night that it had been granted an interdict by the labour court against the planned strike by the National Union of Metalworkers on SA (Numsa).

“The strike is therefore unprotected and unlawful. The RAF will exercise its rights against anyone who participates in the unlawful strike. Numsa communicated its intention to strike on Thursday, citing a list of grievances against the RAF and the CEO,” said RAF corporate communications head McIntosh Polela, in a statement issued at 8.11pm on Wednesday...

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