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Majority of illegal strikers return to work at Blyvooruitzicht Gold Mine

Approximately 90% of the 4 000 workers returned to work
626/07-jmd

Johannesburg, South Africa; 20 February 2007; DRDGOLD Limited (JSE: DRD; NASDAQ: DROOY). Approximately 90% of the 4 000 workers at DRDGOLD’s subsidiary, Blyvooruitzicht mine, near Carletonville, who began an illegal work stoppage at the start of the night shift on Tuesday, 13 February 2007, returned to work at the start of the night shift on Sunday, 18 February 2007 and on Monday, 19 February 2007.

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