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  1. Platinum Union to End Strike as Members Accept Pay OfferRead the original story

    Jun 23, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Joseph Mathunjwa, Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union leader, gestures at the Royal Bafokeng stadium near the town of Rustenburg, northwest of Johannesburg on June 23, 2014, where Mathujwa announced the end of South Africa's five-month strike by platinum miners. Close

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  2. South African platinum strike over, union leader saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2014 | CBC News

    Mine workers sing and dance outside the Lonmin's platinum mine in Marikana near Rustenburg, South Africa on Jan. 30, 2014 at the start of a five-month strike.

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  3. USA vs Ghana PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2014 | Examiner.com

    Todays must win group stage game between the United States and Ghana is a pick em when trying to determine who is the favorite and who is the underdog.

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  4. World Cup 2014: No Way Ghana Can Lose Against The US - Andre AyewRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2014 | Ghanamma.com

    Ghanaian midfielder Andre Ayew said that while he expects the U.S. to be prepared for Monday's Group G World Cup match, he sees no way that the Black Stars can lose.

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  5. Daily list: How U.S. soccer has fared in past five World Cup openersRead the original story

    Jun 16, 2014 | Detroit Free Press

    For starters The U.S. men open World Cup play today against Ghana. Here's how they've fared in the past five openers: The U.S. tied England, 1-1, in Rustenburg, South Africa.

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  6. SA commemorates Youth DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2014 | News24

    Its time we moved on and not have our development be arrested by divisive issues as to whether Clive Derby-Lewis should be released or not, says Saber Jazbhay .

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  7. Let's go! Confident Gyan can't wait to kick start Brazil showRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2014 | Ghanamma.com

    Asamoah Gyan says Ghana's self-belief is at very high for the opening world cup game against the USA in Natal.

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  8. Third time may be charm for U.S.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2014 | New York Daily News

    U.S. Soccer went through its allocation of about 2,000 tickets and was oversubscribed for this match in a jiffy.

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  9. Ghana v USA: Two most memorable meetingsRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2014 | Ghanamma.com

    Ahead of Ghana's World Cup opener against the United States on Monday in Natal, we look back to two exciting meetings between both sides.

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  10. Capitalism has emasculated black menRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2014 | Iol.co.za

    Mineworkers from Khuseleka Amplats Mine near Rustenburg stand in the queue for food parcels.

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  11. Platinum Producers See Miners' Return Next Week If Deal AcceptedRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2014 | Bloomberg

    The world's largest platinum producers said they are hoping workers will return to their South African mines as soon as next week should they succeed in settling a 20-week pay strike with the biggest union.

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  12. South African mining union leader says wage deal imminentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2014 | The Globe and Mail

    A miner gestures as they gather at Wonderkop stadium outside the Lonmin mine in Rustenburg, northwest of Johannesburg in this file photo.

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  13. Platinum miners face fight over jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2014 | Iol.co.za

    Anglo American Platinum, Impala Platinum and Lonmin, the world's three largest producers, will react by reorganising operations once the standoff with 70,000 workers is broken, analysts and investors said.

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  14. Platinum Miners Face Fight Over Jobs After Wage Battle CalmsRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2014 | The Washington Post

    The union whose strike has paralyzed the biggest platinum mines has accepted -- with conditions -- plans to end the deadlock.

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  15. South Africa: Platinum Miners Accecpt Wage Offer 'In Principle' After Five-Month StrikeRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2014 | AllAfrica.com

    Mining union Amcu has accepted a new wage offer in principle but some outstanding "issues" still need to be discussed, its leader said on Friday.

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  16. Possible deal to end South Africa mine strikeRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2014 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Johannesburg a A deal to end South Africa's longest mining strike has been reached in "principle" between three platinum-producing companies and leaders of a union representing tens of thousands of miners, the companies said Thursday.

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  17. Platinum Miners Face Fight to Keep Jobs After Battle Over WagesRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2014 | The Washington Post

    The union whose strike has paralyzed the biggest platinum mines has accepted -- with conditions -- plans to end the deadlock.

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  18. S.Africa workers look set to back wage deal, says union sourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2014 | Yahoo!

    Workers at the world's top platinum producers on Thursday looked set to back a deal brokered between union leaders and miners to end the longest mining strike in South Africa's history.

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  19. How long will the mines hold out?Read the original story

    Jun 12, 2014 | Mail & Guardian

    Twenty weeks into South Africa's longest strike and the economy is undoubtedly feeling the strain.

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  20. Miners scramble for food vouchersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2014 | Mail & Guardian

    As the strike on the platinum belt stretches into its fifth month, officials from the South African Social Security Agency have started handing out food vouchers to hungry miners this week.

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