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Amplats in talks on safety of miners

Feb 20 2013 18:37

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Johannesburg - Mining resumed at Anglo Platinum [JSE:AMS] (Amplats) operations in the North West on Wednesday, after violence earlier this week, the company said.

"Amplats is engaged in constructive discussions with the mineral resources department, the SA Chamber of Mines and organised labour in order to ensure a safe environment for employees across the platinum industry," it said.

Amplats workers stayed away from work on Tuesday after a bloody clash between security guards and workers at Siphumelele shaft, in which 13 people were injured, one of them critically.

The company said it had lost 3 886 ounces of platinum production as a result of the stoppage.

Workers in Rustenburg returned to work on Wednesday.

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