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Card image 13 September 2022 Amnesty International

South Africa: Mining firm must account for the dam burst disaster resulting in loss of lives and destruction

The mining executives responsible for the Jagersfontein mine dam wall burst, which has claimed lives and caused major destruction to the community, must be held accountable for the loss of lives, homes and people livelihoods, Amnesty International South Africa said today. According to reports three people were killed and more than 40 people injured when... View Article

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Richards Bay Minerals wants the high court to remove amakhosi and their families as trustees and beneficiaries of four trusts to which it has thus far paid R500 million in dividends to stop “abuse” of the funding, intended for community development.
https://www.miningweekly.com/article/richards-bay-minerals-in-court-bid-against-trusts-says-most-of-r530m-didnt-reach-communities-2022-11-18

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