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Majority of mines partially or severely affected as tens of thousands of miners abstain from work.
At least 120,000 miners will embark on sector-wide strike on Tuesday, after collapse of wage talks, unions say.
Mine owners say sorry to families of slain workers as crowds gather to commemorate last year's killing of 34 miners.
Worker killed near company's platinum Marikana mine which has been dogged by union rivalry.
Union member shot dead in latest wave of unrest to hit troubled platinum belt.
Strikes follow fatal shooting at the weekend of union leader who was due to testify over Marikana massacre.
Anglo American Platinum plans to cut 6,000 jobs, less than half initially proposed, as unions vow to 'fight' losses.
Press freedom activists are noticing increased restrictions being placed on media sources before Malaysia's election.
Killing of Mohamed Ibrahim Rage this week highlights lack of safety for reporters working in the war-torn country.
Hundreds of former coal miners and other opponents of Margaret Thatcher gather to "celebrate" ex-leader's recent death.
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