South Africa’s two rival mining unions Amcu and NUM have been involved in violent clashes in Carletonville west of Johannesburg. The root of it is a pay dispute between the mining union Amcu and Sibanye-Stillwater; that has seen fifteen thousand miners stay out on strike. Amcu is even angrier that rival unions, including the national union of mineworkers, have accepted a mine deal.
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