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In September 2010, NUMSA embarked on a strike in the retail motor industry and the size of the strike swelled at its height to approximately 70 000 members, including petrol attendants, motor component manufactures and other workers in the sector. At the outset, the Union demanded a 20% wage increase across the board as well as a cap on the maximum working hours per 5-day week to 40 hours.

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