BY RICHARD HURST, in Johannesburg
DAVID Whitehead, the South African textile company, has announced that it will not axe any jobs in its factories provided output was increased. The company is currently negotiating with the South African Clothing and Textile Worker's Union (SACTWU) over wages and conditions of employment in a bid to prevent redundancies.

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