n Without Prejudice - A dry white season : mining law

Volume 14, Issue 7
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



In the last week of June, the South African mining industry ended an unprecedented five month strike that has had crippling consequences. The compromise achieved between organised labour and their employers demonstrates neither a capitulation nor a spectacular victory by either party. Some say that it will take striking workers years to recoup their loss of income sustained during the strike. It is now up to the employees, their extended families and the employers to undertake the painstaking task of picking out the shrapnel from their wounds.

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