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By Reuters

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CARLTONVILLE, SOUTH AFRICA (OCTOBER 3, 2012) (REUTERS) WIDE PULLOUT OF GOLDFIELDS WITH MINERS SEATED AT THE HILL MORE OF MINERS SEATED AT THE HILL MINERS SEATED ON THE HILL UNDER UMBRELLAS MORE OF MINERS ON THE HILL (SOUNDBITE) (Isizulu) STRIKING MINE WORKER, SIBUSISO NTJIMA, SAYING: "All we want is money, R12,500, money and equalisation, we have been waiting for that money since 2003, we want it and no turning back." (SOUNDBITE) (Isizulu) STRIKING MINE WORKER, SANDILE DIKO, SAYING: "President Zuma can see all of this, but he is ignoring it, does he want us to die like the people in Marikana before he can act? He has heard that we have been kicked out of the mine and we have nowhere to go, what is he saying with all of this? We will see him in Mangaung." MORE OF THE MINERS ON THE HILL MINERS WALKING AT THE INFORMAL SETTLEMENT PEOPLE WALKING ON THE STREET WITH ROCKS MINER WALKING CARRYING A MACHETE AND A TRADITIONAL WEAPON WIDE OF THE MINERS ON THE HILL JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA (OCTOBER 03, 2012) (REUTERS) ECONOMIST LEBOHANG PHEKO WORKING ON THE COMPUTER MORE OF PHEKO WORKING ON THE COMPUTER ECONOMIST'S HANDS (SOUNDBITE) (English) ECONOMIST, LEBOHANG PHEKO, SAYING: "We have begun to talk about the strike season and institutionalised it and it's a key feature of the South African political calendar. What seems to be emerging is that these are not only labour disputes but these are a kind of measures of discourse, discontent and unhappiness about a whole bunch of fundamental issues around redistribution of resources, access to fair wages, access to descent work, the ability to capitalise on one's education and for that to then be transferrable and reap dividends, a salary that reflects that education level and a particular skills level." RUSTENBURG, SOUTH AFRICA (OCTOBER 03, 2012) (REUTERS) EXTERIOR OF ANGLO AMERICAN MINE STREET SCENE WITH STONES ON THE ROAD MORE OF STONES (SOUNDBITE) (Isizulu) STRIKING MINEWORKER, MAKHANYA MATSETSE, SAYING: "We have a meeting everyday but the police chase us away. They only give us five minutes to meet after that we get chased away with teargas." MORE OF BARRICADED ROAD CLOSE OF ROCKS (SOUNDBITE) (Isizulu) STRIKING MINEWORKER, MAKHANYA MATSETSE, SAYING: "We have barricaded these roads for non striking miners that report for duty, they are the ones we want." MORE OF BARRICADED ROAD
Dateline: 2012

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