Johannesburg - Numsa leaders held a special national executive committee meeting on Wednesday afternoon amid an ongoing strike in the automobile sector, the union said.
The union would report back soon on the outcome of the meeting, said National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) spokesman Castro Ngobese.
"We will issue a statement later today or early tomorrow (Thursday) morning," he said.
Meanwhile, a march by Numsa members in KwaZulu-Natal, scheduled to take place on Thursday, has been put on hold.
Around 5000 workers were to have marched in Durban, said Numsa KwaZulu-Natal chairman Basil Cele.
"Workers are hereby advised to go to their plants to receive a report on the outcomes of the special NEC," he said in a statement.
"The president of Numsa, comrade Cedric Gina, will be present to address and communicate the outcomes of the (meeting)," he said.
Workers in the automobile sector have been on strike for three weeks.
Employers have offered a 10 percent wage increase, which the union has rejected.
The seven major vehicle manufacturing plants affected by the strike are: BMW, Ford, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Toyota, and Volkswagen. - Sapa