White South Africans protest against discrimination

Around 3,000 employees at the plant are unhappy that only black workers have been offered company shares.

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    More than 20 years after the end of apartheid, white workers at a petrochemical firm in South Africa are going on strike to protest against discrimination.

    Around 3,000 employees at the plant are unhappy that only black workers have been offered company shares.

     

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Secunda, South Africa.


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