South Africa strike: Miners stand against harassment

Hundreds of striking miners in South Africa have spent more than a week underground.

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    Almost 300 miners in South Africa have now spent a week underground as they have been protesting against several recent sackings.

    Their union says many workers at the Rustenburg mine have also been victims of sexual harassment.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from North West province, South Africa.


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