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8 August 2002

Why Donor Funds Don't Reach NGO Coffers [South Africa]

Author: Fazila Farouk, AllAfrica

[refers to Tshikululu Social Investment (TSI) Fund, one of the biggest corporate social investment programmes in South Africa, which manages social investment portfolios for AngloGold, De Beers, Anglo American and the First Rand Foundation]

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7 August 2002

Mining Company [Anglo American] to Offer H.I.V. Drugs to Employees [Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe]

Author: Henri E. Cauvin, New York Times

After more than a year of mixed signals, the mining company Anglo American P.L.C., which is confronted with a crushing AIDS burden in Africa, said today that it would begin supplying life-prolonging drugs to all its employees who are H.I.V. positive.....

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7 August 2002

Mining industry hesitates over drugs [South Africa]

Author: Sherilee Bridge, Business Report [South Africa]

The mining industry remained reluctant to rush into providing free anti-retrovirals to their employees despite Anglo American's announcement yesterday it would pay for the HIV/Aids drugs.

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6 August 2002

Anglo tackles HIV/Aids threat

Author: Hilary Gush, Reuters

South Africa's biggest company, diversified miner Anglo American, said on Tuesday it planned to start distributing anti-Aids drugs to its HIV-positive staff.

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6 August 2002

Mining company Anglo American plans to distribute life-prolonging drugs to all HIV-positive employees

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1 August 2002

Ethical sourcing codes - the answer to supply chain sustainability concerns?

Author: Sarah Roberts, National Centre for Business and Sustainability, in Ethical Corporation Magazine

Sarah Roberts looks at implementing ethical sourcing codes and the challenges of gaining certification [refers to clothing and footwear sectors; logging/forest products sector including firms Sappi, Mondi; building materials/do-it-yourself sector...

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3 April 2002

World summit firm gets more donors, needs more cash

Author: Reuters

Organisers of a world development summit to be held in Johannesburg later this year said yesterday it had secured more money from local firms but still lacked a third of funds needed to meet its budget...State-owned firms Eskom, the South African Post...

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1 April 2002

Broadening the Corporate Commitment to HIV and AIDS

Author: Business for Social Responsibility

[refers to positive steps by Coca-Cola, Hewlett-Packard, Unilever, Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Merck, DaimerChrysler, De Beers]

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22 January 2002

HIV/AIDS: Mining Executive Expected To Be Named To Global Fund Board

Author: UN Wire

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, launched by U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan last year, is set to name Anglo American Deputy Chairman Goran Lindahl as its 18th and last board member, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday...

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1 November 2001

full report: The Limitations of Corporate Social Responsibility on Zambia’s Copperbelt - Konkola Copper Mines (KCM): Environmental Management Plan (May 2001)

Author: Patricia Feeney, Oxfam

People living on Zambia’s Copperbelt are confronted with a barrage of toxic chemicals and other pollutants all of which undermines their right to health and damages their livelihoods. But the development agreements between the Government of Zambia ...

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