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Topic - Neal Froneman
A clash this week at the Gold One International's mine east of Johannesburg, reported by police and company CEO Neal Froneman, was the latest violence to hit South Africa's mines in months of unrest.
Mr. Froneman said the protesting miners stoned a vehicle carrying people to work.
"Our security had to intervene. They used rubber bullets, and police used rubber bullets and tear gas," he said. "Four people were slightly wounded, and all have been released from the hospital."