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S Africa lorry drivers agree to end strike
Unions reach deal to end protest demanding better pay after weeks-long strike hurts the country's economy.
Last Modified: 09 Oct 2012 20:11

About three quarters of South African lorry drivers have agreed to return to work after striking for more than two weeks.

Three out of four unions reached a deal to end the protest demanding better pay.

Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports on how the strike affected the country's economy. 

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