SOUTH AFRICA: Labour Negotiations Reach Sensitive Stage
Negotiations between clothing industry employers and workers appear to be paying off, with both sides confident that they are close to reaching a settlement despite failed mediation. Gert van Wyk, the director of the Cape Clothing Association, said that although the parties had reached deadlock after failed mediation, it was still negotiating with the South African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union.
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