South African Metalworkers' Union Rejects Pay Offer, Threatens Wider Strike

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South African Metalworkers' Union Rejects Pay Offer, Threatens Wider Strike

by Wochit 0:40 mins

South African Metalworkers' Union Rejects Pay Offer, Threatens Wider Strike

by Wochit 0:40 mins

South Africa's metalworkers' union NUMSA rejected the latest pay offer from engineering and steel sector employers on Sunday, saying black workers were still underpaid, and threatened to widen its two-week old strike. Industrial action by 220,000 NUMSA members, which followed on the heels of a crippling five-month strike in the platinum sector, has already forced General Motors to close its assembly plant in the southern city of Port Elizabeth.

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