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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has accepted a wage offer from coal producers and will sign a deal on Tuesday to end a strike that started over a week ago, an industry and union source said. "We have an agreement," said the industry source, who asked not to be named. A press conference is scheduled for 0945 GMT. The strike by around 30,000 NUM members affected operations at Exxaro, Glencore, and Anglo American, and some smaller producers.