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Solidarity says skilled workers at Lonmin could strike next month

Strike relates to union recognition dispute.

Skilled workers could go on strike at Lonmin as early as next month in a union recognition dispute, South African trade union Solidarity told Reuters on Monday.

Solidarity, which represents mostly skilled employees at Lonmin, said it had overwhelming support for a strike at the platinum mining firm.

“The strike will mainly be as a result of processes relating to the manner in which Lonmin treats its skilled employees and the favouring of (majority union) Amcu,” Solidarity general secretary Gideon du Plessis said.

Read: Lonmin operations performing well, despite share plunge – CEO

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