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Sibanye accepts Amcu as majority union

Jul 12 2013 11:00
Reuters
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Johannesburg - Gold producer Sibanye Gold said on Friday it had recognised the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) as the majority union at its Driefontein operations.

The recognition is the first formal acknowledgement of Amcu at a South African gold mine.

It coincides with the start of industry-wide wage talks between gold producers and trade unions.

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