South African Coal Mining says strike ends
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African Coal Mining said on Monday that a 2-week wage strike at its Umlabu Colliery in South Africa had ended.
The company said in statement the strike was resolved through negotiations with the National Union of Mineworkers but did not provide any details.
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