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The cabinet has noted with regret the decision by GMSA, cabinet spokesperson Phumla Williams said after a fortnightly cabinet meeting in Cape Town.


GMSA announced last Thursday that it was pulling out of South Africa and selling its plant in the country to Japanese commercial vehicle company Isuzu.


The U.S. company, which has been in South Africa since 1926, said its decision had nothing to do with the recent downgrade of South Africa's sovereign credit to junk status by rating agencies Standard & Poor's and Fitch but as part of a worldwide reorganization to focus on more profitable businesses.


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To increase manufacturing, employment creation and export intensity, the government recently launched the ninth phase of the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) to guide future actions, said Williams.


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GMSA said its phase-out will only affect about 600 workers.


But the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA) said job losses will run into thousands, particularly in the area of Port Elizabeth where the GM plant is located.


NUMSA has urged the government to intervene as GMSA did not follow due procedures.


The union said it will not allow GM to further disadvantage workers.


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RABAT, June 3 (Xinhua) -- For eight days in a row, thousands ofpeople have taken to the streets across Morocco's north-easternregion, demanding the release of the protest movement leader,Nasser Zefzafi.


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Later on the day, the Public Prosecutor of the city Court ofAppeal ordered "the opening of an investigation and the arrest ofNasser Zefzafi" for "forming a group of people to obstructworshippers" and "undermining the security of the state."


After going on the run for three days, Zefzafi was arrestedalong with a number of individuals on Monday.


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After the people involved in Mouhcine Fikri's were arrested andauthorities committed to hold them accountable, protests faded awayin the country, except for his native city of Al-Hociema.


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BRASILIA, Aug. 4 (Xinhua) -- Brazil's Senate impeachment commission on Thursday recommended the full Senate remove suspended President Dilma Rousseff in an impeachment trial for alleged fiscal irregularities.


The report, compiled by Senator Antonio Anastasia, from the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB), received 14 votes in favor, five against and one abstention by the commission members, who are in charge of looking into the case against Rousseff.


On Aug. 9, the document will be sent to the entire Senate for a vote. Should the commission report be endorsed by a simple majority (41 votes out of 81), Rousseff will face a full impeachment trial later in August.


The report said Rousseff committed a "crime against the Constitution," by delaying govern.