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numANA reports that a National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) youth leader's house has been burnt down in Orange Farm, in the Vaal area south of Johannesburg, allegedly by members of the opposition Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu).  

The NUM said on Sunday:  "The National Union of Mineworkers Youth Structure (NUM-YS) is disturbed and concerned by the recent acts of crime and barbarian that it observed in Orange Farm in the Vaal area in Gauteng where our youth leader (Tebogo Litelu) house was burnt down by alleged Amcu hooligans on Friday."  The affected member, Tebogo Litelu, was branch chairperson of Vaal Sanitary, a manufacturing company under construction where the NUM was organising, NUM-YS national secretary Bonginkosi Mrasi said.

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