Inside Labour | Clover deal goes sour as unions battle retrenchments

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Clover workers, who have been on strike for nearly nine weeks, marched through Johannesburg city centre on Tuesday, calling for a boycott of the company’s products.
Clover workers, who have been on strike for nearly nine weeks, marched through Johannesburg city centre on Tuesday, calling for a boycott of the company’s products.
Masego Mafata

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The “support a boycott” raid by union members on several supermarkets this past week, along with a solidarity meeting on Wednesday, are indications that a long-term fight is a prospect.

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