S. Africa labor unrest spreads beyond mines

Oct 04, 2012, 2:49 PM EDT
People walk near Toyota Motor Corp's Durban car factory, which has been forced to shut down for four days due to an illegal pay strike by employees, in Durban October 4, 2012, the first sign of wildcat mine stoppages spreading into other parts of Africa's biggest economy. Union leaders at the Durban plant said workers would return on Friday after winning a 5.4 percent pay rise.
REUTERS/Rogan Ward

Toyota Motor says a wildcat strike has forced it to close a plant in Durban, the first sign industrial unrest in the mines is spreading to other parts of the economy.