Strikers in South Africa
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No end in sight despite SA strike injunction

The South African government has been granted an injunction prohibiting workers in essential services from continuing their national strike.

More than one million civil servants began an indefinite strike on Wednesday, calling for higher wages.

Uunion leaders remain defiant and warn that strike action could last for months if pay demands are not met.

Alexandra Mackenzie reports.

  • 21 Aug 2010
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