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Section of labour legislation might help break Sibanye impasse

Three-month wage deadlock affecting workers

An independent arbitrator might have to be appointed to decide on the Sibanye-Stillwater worker strike that has lasted three months.

On Wednesday, National Union of Mineworkers regional secretary Bonginkosi Mrasi said they would have to apply for a section 150A of the Labour Relations Act with the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) should the current mediation process between parties fail to reach an agreement...

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