More than 200 miners at Lanxess chrome mine ended a nine-day underground strike on Thursday after accepting a deal with the mine's owners. 

The workers staged a sit-in on June 19 in protest against allegations of corruption, financial irregularities, sexual harassment and the dismissal of 56 National Union of Mineworkers of South Africa (Numsa) members...

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