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SAFRICA-MINES/BAFOKENG
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October 18, 2012 
A woman sits beneath a recruitment poster for the National Union of mineworkers close to the the entrance... 
Phokeng, South Africa 
A woman sits beneath a recruitment poster for the National Union of mineworkers close to the the entrance... 
A woman sits beneath a recruitment poster for the National Union of mineworkers close to the the entrance of the Royal Bafokeng Platinum Rasimone mine near Phokeng in the North West province October 13, 2012. While South African mining companies try to halt the spread of deadly labour strife, a kingdom that partly governs a small stretch of the country's platinum belt has managed to transform mineral wealth into social stability. The Royal Bafokeng Nation has funnelled money it earns from its Royal Bafokeng Platinum company into a mini sovereign wealth fund that provides cash for schools, clinics and infrastructure. Picture taken October 13, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS EDUCATION) 
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