The unions said the nationwide strike planned for Wednesday will include stay-aways and rallies, which are expected to take place across the country.

Economists have weighed in on calls by Cosatu and Saftu for South Africans to push back against the government and the private sector’s inaction in tackling the country’s paralysing economic outlook.

The unions said the nationwide strike planned for Wednesday would include stay-aways and rallies, which are expected to take place across the country.

The unions are looking to voice their anger and frustration over the rising cost of living, relentless power cuts, high fuel prices and unemployment.

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