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  1. Lonmin South Africa workers strike, raising fears of unrest

    MARIKANA, South Africa (Reuters) - South African workers at the world's No. 3 platinum producer Lonmin launched a wildcat strike on Tuesday, halting all mine operati...

  2. Lonmin South Africa workers strike, raise fears of mine unrest

    South African workers of world No. 3 platinum producer Lonmin launched a wildcat strike on Tuesday, halting all of the company's mine operations and reigniting fears...

  3. Militant South Africa union vows fight as Amplats job plan looms

    RUSTENBURG, South Africa (Reuters) - South African labor activists promised on Friday to fight any job cuts by Anglo American Platinum , which is expected to unveil ...

  4. Tensions high as Amplats to unveil South Africa job cuts plan

    Anglo American's platinum arm, under pressure from South Africa's government, could announce a restructuring plan on Thursday or Friday that will sharply scale back ...

  5. Amplats to reveal restructuring plans next week

    Anglo American Platinum said on Tuesday it would next week reveal the outcome of talks with the government and unions about restructuring plans that could see it cut...

  6. South Africa's AMCU Won't Participate in Miners' Collective Wage Talks

    South Africa's newest mining union, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union, or AMCU, said Tuesday that it won't participate in centralized bargaining ...

  7. South African Budget Deficit Hurts Investment Plans

    South Africa's finance minister Wednesday reaffirmed plans to build new infrastructure and find work for disenfranchised youths, even as he acknowledged that a weak ...

  8. Amplats to resume South African operations on Wednesday

    Anglo American Platinum expects operations at its South African mines to resume on Wednesday after workers staged a one-day walk-out following union violence at one ...

  9. Mamphela Ramphele Launches New Political Platform in South Africa

    Former anti-apartheid activist Mamphela Ramphele launched a new political platform Monday to fight endemic corruption and growing inequality with a view of forming a...

  10. Gold Fields Chair Resigns To Pursue Socio-Economic, Political Work

    Former anti-apartheid activist Mamphela Ramphele quit her post as chair of South Africa-based gold miner Gold Fields Ltd. (GFI), the company said Wednesday, stirring...

  11. AngloGold CEO Attacks S African Threats to Miners' Licenses

    AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.'s (ANG.JO) outgoing chief executive attacked the threat to mining companies' licenses in South Africa."We shouldn't be threatening licenses wh...

  12. South African Minister: Mine Tax Issue Needs to Be Discussed with Companies

    Additional mining taxes should only be implemented after discussion between government and business, a minister in the presidency said Monday.The ruling African Nati...

  1. Will there ever be peace in the Middle East?

    Author of ‘Dear Reader’ Michael Malice and Former Rep. Thaddeus McCotter on the latest on Israel-Gaza conflict.

  2. My case for dividend and emerging market stocks

    Last month, I laid out my basic investment strategy for 2014 : I am overweight Europe and emerging markets as well as dividend-paying U.S. equities. On the flip side...

  3. South Africa labor still 'inherently unstable' after strike ends: BMW

    BMW said on Monday the labor situation in South Africa remained "inherently unstable" and it had no plans to reverse a freeze on expansion, even after car parts make...

  4. Strike hits Amplats South African mines

    Fewer than one in five workers turned up for work at Anglo American Platinum's (Amplats) South African platinum mines around the city of Rustenburg, it said on Frida...

  5. Court halts lawsuits vs. IBM, Daimler, Ford for apartheid crimes

    A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that three major companies cannot be held liable in the United States for crimes South Africa's former apartheid governmen...

  6. Anglo American Platinum Urges South Africa Workers Not to Strike

    Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (AMS.JO), the world's largest platinum producer by output, tried Thursday to head off a wildcat strike at its South African mines, urgin...

  7. Lonmin's South African platinum workers end strike

    MARIKANA, South Africa (Reuters) - Workers at Lonmin's South African platinum shafts were ending a walkout, the company said on Wednesday, easing fears that a two-da...

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