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Police crack whip on Kumba strikers

Oct 16 2012 09:56 Reuters

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Johannesburg - Police said on Tuesday they had cleared striking miners from Kumba Iron Ore's giant Sishen mine and returned equipment seized by the strikers to the company, a unit of global mining giant Anglo American.

A police spokesperson said that 40 of the wildcat strikers had been arrested in the operation.

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