South Africa faces a national shutdown next Tuesday.
Unions affiliated with three major federations — Cosatu, Fedusa and SAFTU — vow to bring public services to a halt after collapsed wage negotiations with the government.
Workers have rejected the government’s 3 percent increase, and the unions say their 6.5 percent compromise is now off the table.
They have resorted to their initial demand of a 10 percent increase.
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