Local government set for strike as unions dig in on wage demands

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Samwu members. (File photo by Raymond Morare)
Samwu members. (File photo by Raymond Morare)

Pressure is mounting in the local government sphere to find a solution to deadlock between municipalities and their employees, as the two unions in wage talks both rejected wage offers during negotiations.

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