Atlatsa says illegal strike at S.Africa mine ends
JOHANNESBURG Dec 7 (Reuters) - Atlatsa Resources said on Friday an illegal strike at its Bokoni platinum mine in South Africa had ended and 90 percent of workers had reported for work.
The company said operations are expected to resume on Monday, adding that returning workers would receive a once-off payment of 2,000 rand ($230) and a 400 rand increase to their travel allowance.
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