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Talks to end Amcu miners’ strike collapse

Talks aimed at ending a six-week platinum miners' strike has fallen apart after producers rejected a revised wage demand.

Workers’ Association Union launched in Rustenburg

A new union for platinum miners in Rustenburg, the Workers' Association Union, plans to meet mining companies to end the strike immediately.

CCMA set on ending Amcu strikes

The CCMA has met the platinum producers' mediators in talks aimed at ending Amcu's strike at three platinum mining companies.

Platinum producers slate Amcu over wage demands

Amcu's refusal to revise its wage demands reflect little regard for potential job losses, says platinum producers.

Amcu gains a foothold at Kumba Iron Ore

Amcu, the dominant union in the platinum sector, looks likely to win recognition at Kumba Iron Ore, which announced an increased profit on Tuesday.

Amcu miner shot dead in Limpopo

The SABC has reported that police allegedly shot and killed a miner during protests at the Amplats plant near Northam in Limpopo.

Impasse in platinum negotiations

Negotiations between the world's three largest platinum producers and the majority union have stalled as protest actions ensue in the North West.

Amcu resumes wage talks with platinum execs

The mineworkers' union is back at the table with platinum producers in an attempt to end the now two-week mineworker strike.

Mediators make proposal to end platinum strike

Government mediators have placed an offer on the table that they hope will end the platinum strike.

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