Strike in South African vineyard region
Updated at 10:12 am on 15 November 2012
One person died in clashes between farm workers and police in the Cape Town vineyard region of South Africa.
Agricultural workers have been on strike for the last week demanding more pay.
Police fired rubber bullets as protesters blocked roads, set fields alight, overturned vehicles and destroyed equipment. Five other people were injured.
The BBC reports farm workers want their pay to be doubled to 150 rand ($US16) per day.
In August, 34 people died when police opened fire at strikers at the Marikana platinum mine,
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