21 February 2013 17:20 [Source: ICIS news]
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“Our businesses in
Tronox is working to keep labour relationships positive and “treat people well,” he added.
Casey said that the labour troubles were in the platinum and gold sectors, where mines are deep underground and difficult to work.
Tronox, for its part, has surface mines in South Africa that are located in more developed areas, allowing workers to go home after work, instead of being housed in on-site dormitories, he said.
“So far we have been fine, we have no strikes … we have confidence about the future [in
Casey added that
Tronox’s business in South Africa include mineral sands operations in KwaZulu Natal and an open-pit mine on the country’s west coast where it mines heavy minerals to produce TiO2 feedstock, zircon, rutile and high purity iron products, according to information on its website.
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