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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Union fight threatens biggest platinum producers

A clash between unions is threatening to spread across South Africa’s platinum-mining belt and disrupt production in a region accounting for three-quarters of world supplies of the precious metal. Already this year fighting between the...
22nd June 2012
 
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Zimbabwe to probe foreign firms over ownership law

Zimbabwe will soon probe foreign-owned firms to establish their level of compliance with a law requiring them to sell at least a 51% shareholding in their Zimbabwean operations to locals, an official said on Tuesday. The heavily criticised law is...
27th September 2011
 
 
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