Northam Platinum Mine Resumes After Murders Halted OperationBy and
Police have made arrests in the killings of two workers
Zondereinde mine was losing about 1,000 ounces of output daily
Work at the world’s deepest platinum mine resumed Tuesday night as employees returned to the Northam Platinum Ltd. site in South Africa, ending an eight-day stoppage spurred by the murders of two of their colleagues in union rivalry.
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