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90 000 construction workers to down tools

Aug 22 2013 10:27

Fifteen construction companies were fined R1.46bn in June for collusion. (Picture: Lucky Nxumalo, City Press)

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Johannesburg - The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said on Thursday its 90 000 members in the construction industry would go on strike from Monday over demands for higher wages.

Union spokesperson Lesiba Seshoka told Reuters that members would go on strike at major companies in the sector including Wilson Bayly Holmes Ovcon [JSE:WBO], Aveng [JSE:AEG] and Group Five [JSE:GBF].

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