South African municipal workers end eight-day strike after wage agreement

By bne IntelliNews April 25, 2010
South Africanmunicipal workers ended an eight-day strike, last Wed, after wage agreement hadbeen reached with local councils, the South African Municipal Workers Union told Bloomberg. Johannesburg-based The Starnewspaper reported that the labour action ended after employers agreed tobackdate pay increases for some workers. Municipal services, such as rubbishremoval, resumed last Thursday, the newspaper reported.

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