Anglo American Platinum says striking miners back at work
JOHANNESBURG Oct 11 (Reuters) - Anglo American Platinum said on Friday that striking miners had started returning to work after it clinched a deal with a South African union to end a near two-week strike over job cuts.
Amplats, as the unit of global miner Anglo American is known, said in a statement it would grant "voluntary separation" packages to 3,300 employees it had previously sought to lay off.
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