BY RICHARD HURST, in Johannesburg
TROUBLED South African textile company Mooi-River Textiles, based in KwaZulu Natal, may remain open, despite concerns of imminent closure. The announcement follows a report that the company would be reopening talks with the South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union to save the business's 140 jobs. A spokesman for management said that they were still prepared to negotiate but that the union had to grasp the urgency of the situation and be flexible.

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