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Lonmin employees trickle back to work

Aug 20 2012 10:56
Reuters

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Johannesburg - World no. 3 platinum producer Lonmin [JSE:LON] said on Monday employees had started returning to work after 44 people were killed last week in a violent strike at one of its major South African mines.

“Attendance has started slowly but is now up to 27%. But it is unclear if the striking workers are returning,” a Lonmin spokesperson told Reuters. About 3 000 striking workers face an ultimatum to show up on Monday or be sacked.


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