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Lonmin operations return to normal

Oct 19 2012 10:36 Reuters

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Johannesburg - Lonmin [JSE:LON], the world’s third-largest platinum producer, on Friday said its operations in Marikana, Rustenburg were back to normal after about 4 000 employees walked out a day earlier.

Operations at its Marikana mine in South Africa, where 34 miners were gunned down by police on August 16, were disrupted on Thursday as thousands of employees left their posts to protest the arrests of colleagues suspected of killing rival labour leaders.

 
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