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JOHANNESBURG - Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu is preparing to meet with unions and the Chamber of Mines to come up with a plan to prevent further violence in the mining sector.
This is as Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) miners in Rustenburg return to their posts on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, all Amplats workers in the North West downed tools following violent clashes between the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) and mine security at the Siphumelele shaft.
Shabangu met with all the stakeholders on Tuesday.
She said all parties involved agreed that an immediate intervention were needed to ensure peace.