South Africa Grain-Wage Talks Collapse Amid Possible StrikeBy
Workers want increase of 9 percent or 500 rand per month
Union to issue strike notice Friday if no agreement reached
About 3,000 employees at South Africa’s biggest grain processing and logistics companies may start a strike on Friday should an attempt to revive wage talks that collapsed be unsuccessful, their union said.
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