Impala Platinum strike

 
[Video]Women strike in a man's world
[Video]Women strike in a man's world
As the platinum strike enters its 19th week, we take a look at women miners' experiences and what SA's longest ever stay-away means for their futures.
NUM pleads for end to platinum strike
NUM pleads for end to platinum strike
Parties involved in the platinum sector wage dispute must resolve the fall-out speedily in the interest of workers, mining communities, and the...
Families queue for food aid as Amcu strike enters 18th week
Families queue for food aid as Amcu strike enters 18th week
Thousands of people have received food aid in the platinum belt, where a strike has crippled output at mines owned by the three biggest...
Mining strike hits SA macro and micro economy
Mining strike hits SA macro and micro economy
As South Africa's biggest post-apartheid mine strike marks its eighth week on Thursday, it is already denting growth and export earnings, and...
Government resumes talks over platinum strike
Government resumes talks over platinum strike
South African government-led talks to end platinum strikes that have crippled production from the world's three largest suppliers resumed in...
Amcu vote in favour of strike at Implats
Amcu vote in favour of strike at Implats
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu), the largest labour group at Impala Platinum Holdings's South African...
End to unprotected strike for Implats workers
End to unprotected strike for Implats workers
Night shift duties resumed on Wednesday, Implats said in a statement on Thursday.
Fallout from the Implats strike chaos
Fallout from the Implats strike chaos
Thomas Shongwe, a Swazi national, lives in the Rustenburg area with his wife and six children. He runs a hair salon from the Batho Pele shopping...
Impala's Rustenburg operations back on track
Impala's Rustenburg operations back on track
Impala Platinum said on Monday that the world's largest platinum mine had restarted as planned.
Police called in to cope with rioting miners
Police called in to cope with rioting miners
Riot police fired tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon on Thursday at hundreds of striking miners who went on the rampage at Impala Platinum's...

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