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Johannesburg  - South African precious metals producer Sibanye Gold said it aimed to resume production at its strike-hit Cooke Mine later this week after it had conducted safety inspections on Monday.

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A company spokesman also said the company needed to wrap up an appeals process for around 1 500 miners, who face possible dismissal for taking part in a violent wildcat strike that started almost three weeks ago at the operation.