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Violent new protest breaking out today in South Africa police using tear gas and rubber bullets against striking farmers.
-- demanding higher pay and all of this coming.
After months of strikes in the country's mining industry some of them quite -- Greg -- god is following this story from London Greg.
That's right -- unrest happening near Cape Town in South Africa one person was killed.
Violence now spreading through several towns in that area to the -- from a farm workers union a big hike in daily wages for the workers which would be a big kids.
For farm owners.
Maybe more justified from the -- perspective right now they earn on average less than ten bucks a day.
This again after a lot of trouble not important mining sector in South Africa one incident August.
34 protesters were killed by police since then there have been more strikes some agreements one -- winning a double digit pay increase again not much when you consider the small wages there in the eighteen years since apartheid was abolished.
There's still a large gap between -- earnings -- the blacks and whites and still however a long way to go for that developing economy.
Due to the recent labor unrest there the annual economic growth in South Africa.
-- well below 3% not enough.
To put a dent in the whopping 28%.
Unemployment in that country Greg just one more sign of the tensions between workers between business owners and the desire for growth seen in South Africa.
Seen all over the world actually Greg Palkot outlined in one -- Greg thanks.
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