Mining Weekly reported the beleaguered South African platinum industry is going all out as a collective to co-craft a new dispensation for the strife-torn sector as worry centres on striking.
As quoted in the market news:
The structure of the round table engenders confidence, but the disconnect of workers rejecting all labour union attachment continues to raise concern.
Professionals including StratAlign executive chairperson Charles Nupen, Tokiso Dispute Settlement director Meshack Ravuku and conflict resolution lawyer Peter Harris are facilitating the co-crafting bid that was inaugurated at the Chamber of Mines (CoM) in Johannesburg last Friday, where Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant pleaded correctly for ongoing inclusivity.
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