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Amplats says workers report for duty after one-day strike

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Anglo American Platinum <AMSJ.J>, the world's biggest platinum producer, said on Tuesday 5,600 workers had returned to work after a one-day wildcat strike at two of its operations in South Africa. Full story

Amplats workers end underground protest at South African mine

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Anglo American Platinum <AMSJ.J> said on Saturday operations at its Thembelani mine in South Africa were back to normal after a "group of employees" on Friday prevented 2,400 workers from going above ground. Full story

Amplats CEO says restructuring plan will cost $256 million

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Anglo American Platinum <AMSJ.J> chief executive Chris Griffith said on Friday the costs of the company's new restucturing plan would come to 2.3 billion rand ($256 million). Full story

Amplats workers to meet to decide job cut reaction

RUSTENBURG, South Africa (Reuters) - Anglo American Platinum <AMSJ.J> miners in South Africa will hold a mass rally in the next few days to work out how to respond to the company's plans to cut 6,000 jobs, a worker committee member said on Friday. Full story

Amplats to resume South African operations on Wednesday

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Anglo American Platinum <AMSJ.J> expects operations at its South African mines to resume on Wednesday after workers staged a one-day walk-out following union violence at one of its mines, a spokeswoman said. Full story

S.Africa's Zuma equates mine closure plans with "blackmail"

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma said on Monday that mining companies were almost engaging in "blackmail" when they announce plans to close mines and lay off workers. Full story

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