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Atlatsa sacks over 1 000 Bokoni strikers

Oct 16 2012 16:21 Reuters

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Johannesburg - Atlatsa Resources on Tuesday said it had dismissed over 1 000 employees at its Bokoni platinum mine after they failed to report for work following a wildcat strike.

“Only 643 of the 2 161 employees returned to work yesterday,” it said in a statement.

It had sacked the 2 161 workers earlier this month but later gave them a chance to return to their jobs by Monday.

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