Fuel sector reaches wage deal

By Andy Rice 15 September 2010

The Fuel Retailers' Association announced on Wednesday that the strike in the fuel sector, which began on 2 September, is over. The association reached a three-year wage deal with the National Union of Metalworkers of SA. Workers will receive a 9% increase this year, 8% next year, and 7% in 2012. Read more: Sapa, via Times Live

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