Harmony chief executive, Peter Steenkamp, said he was pleased that the matter had been resolved and that operations at Kusasalethu would return to normality.
“Today the parties demonstrated that they are willing and able to put their differences aside in the best interests of our employees and their families,” Steenkamp said on Friday.
Production came to a halt on Thursday, as no workers reported for the day shift.
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The strike, which resulted in only 25 percent of the workforce reporting for work on Wednesday, was in response to the suspension of the branch leaders of Amcu after the union leadership encouraged an illegal go-slow at the mine.
The industrial action was in reaction to the disciplinary procedures taken by the company against 40 employees following an earlier sit-in at Kusasalethu.
About 1 700 workers belonging to various unions participated in a 48-hour sit-in at Kusasalethu mine in January.
They were protesting over unpaid bonuses due to them from last year and the removal of the general manager, as well as assurances that disciplinary action would not be pursued against them.
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