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On October 8 The Gaurdian reported on the intensifying struggle of mineworkers in Rustenburg, SA: “As strikes ripple beyond Rustenburg’s platinum belt to South Africa’s greater mining sector and allied industries, what comes next will have a significant impact on the economy. Mining capital has supported ANC elitism and created massive wealth for the few, and well-connected, while operations sustained living conditions that compare well with those under Apartheid, or earlier when there was no pretence at protecting workers rights.”
On October 5 twelve thousand workers were dismissed, workers have been evicted from living quarters, and the state continues with the types of murder committed in September.
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