S. AFRICA’S ZUMA URGES DIALOGUE AFTER MINE SHOOTING

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TOKYO: South African President Jacob Zuma called on Tuesday for dialogue in his country’s troubled mining sector the day after a union leader was shot dead following a series of strikes. The industry, which brings in around 60 percent of export earnings and accounts for a fifth of Africa’s largest economy, has seen a rash of wildcat strikes sparked by wage demands and union rivalries.

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