Mining companies and commitments made to communities

Mining companies and commitments made to communities

Most communities remain unaware of commitments mining companies have made in their social and labour plans – commitments which in almost all cases remain unfulfilled – reveals a study released in March by Wits University’s Centre for Applied Legal Studies.

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Power station threatens local water security and poses climate change risk

Power station threatens local water security and poses climate change risk

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA), represented by the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER), yesterday submitted comments on the draft climate change impact assessment for the Thabametsi coal-fired power station.

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Mining town Dingleton, fights Anglo American

Mining town Dingleton, fights Anglo American

The community of Dingleton has been broken up, with most families moving out. The 25 families still in Dingleton are refusing to move on terms set by Kumba, a subsidiary of Anglo American, and are demanding more compensation for their homes.

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Fueling the South African economy

Fueling the South African economy

Of all South Africa’s mineral riches, the mining of coal has arguably been at the centre of the country’s economic and industrial development.

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