Hundreds of the 12,000 miners sacked by the world's largest platinum producer in South Africa on Saturday rejected their dismissal at a rally that also mourned a colleague killed in clashes with police.
Some of the 12,000 miners sacked by Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) protest their dismissal during a rally at Bleskop Stadium in Rustenburg. The protesters also gathered to protest their dismissal and mourn a colleague killed in clashes with police.
Their leaders spoke to the workers at a stadium in the northern town of Rustenburg and encouraged them to reject the dismissal by Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), and to keep protesting until they win a pay rise.
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