Har­mony min­ers re­turn to work

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great track record with the Drak­en­stein Mu­nic­i­pal­ity.”

Val de Vie Ev­er­green will com­prise 400 ex­clu­sive homes, 200 apart­ments or as­sisted-liv­ing suites, and 80 frail-care centre beds.

It will also have a club­house, li­brary, multi-pur­pose func­tion centre, land­scaped gar­dens, a hair sa­lon, gym, oc­cu­pa­tional ther­apy room, games room, cin­ema room, lounge, din­ing area and bistro. HAR­MONY Gold said yes­ter­day em­ploy­ees at its Kusasalethu mine near Carl­tonville had re­turned to work af­ter two days of unpro­tected in­dus­trial ac­tion.

The wild­cat strike started on Fri­day in re­sponse to the dis­missal of six em­ploy­ees, all mem­bers of As­so­ci­a­tion of Minework­ers and Con­struc­tion Union branch lead­er­ship at the mine.

Har­mony Gold said the dis­missals fol­lowed an ex­ten­sive and lengthy dis­ci­plinary process. Af­ter two days on strike, em­ploy­ees re­ported to work on Sun­day night and for day shift yes­ter­day af­ter Har­mony ap­proached the Labour Court. – ANA

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