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South Africans protest Vodacom compensation offer

By Reuters
10 February 2019   |   6:37 pm
A settlement offered by South African mobile telecoms provider Vodacom to a former employee drew tens of protesters on the streets of Johannesburg on Thursday, calling for a better deal.

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