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Mark Munroe, head of the Impala Platinum Rustenburg mining division, appeared in court on Friday on charges of contravening the lockdown regulations in recalling about 6,000 people back to work.

He appeared in court as the representative of the company, which posted bail of R60,000 for his release while police conducted further investigations into the matter, said Implats spokesman Johan Theron, adding that no date has been set for Munroe’s return to court...

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