'Strike leader' to appear in court

2012-12-27 12:58
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Johannesburg - Alleged strike leader Elias Juba was arrested after a violent protest at Limpopo's Bokoni mine and is to appear in court at Sekhukhune on Thursday, SABC radio news reported.

He was re-arrested for allegedly addressing people at a taxi rank - which was in conflict with his bail conditions - and will face a charge of contempt of court.

Labour Forum chairperson Juba allegedly led a two-month unprotected strike in October and November at the Bokoni Platinum mine outside Burgersfort.

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