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10 July 2015

So. Africa: Lonmin response regarding Marikana community complaint to the World Bank Ombudsman

Author: Lonmin

'Lonmin response to IFC complaint by affected community members in relation to social and environmental impacts of Lonmin’s operation in Marikana', 10 Jul 2015:…Lonmin is aware of its continued obligation to contribute to alleviating housing and...

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29 June 2015
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29 June 2015

So. Africa: Farlam Commission report into Lonmin's Marikana mine massacre released


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4 June 2015

So. Africa: NGOs make written submission to presidency requesting release of Farlam report into Marikana mine massacre

Author: Right2Know

'R2K welcomes the release of the AIDC Lonmin Report: exposing Lonmin's profit shifting', 4 Jun 2015:…[In] May 2015, the Alternative Information Development Centre (AIDC) launched a report…expos[ing]…Lonmin’s attempts to hide profits of at least R400...

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5 May 2015

BASF Shareholder Conference: German chemical giant critisized for sourcing from Lonmin which faces allegations regarding its involvement in the Marikana Massacre

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15 April 2015

So. Africa: Human rights and business country guide exposes business sector human rights abuses

A country guide on business and human rights in South Africa has been produced by the South African Human Rights Commission together with the Danish Institute for Human Rights. the report seeks to raise awareness of the key human rights abuses...

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1 April 2015

Marikana Commission submits report on mine killings to So. African president

Author: Setumo Stone, Business Day (So. Africa)

'Marikana report handed to Zuma', 1 Apr 2015: Close to three years after the Marikana massacre, the report by the commission of inquiry into the event has been completed and handed to President Jacob Zuma. An illegal strike at Lonmin that turned...

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20 February 2015

After the Indabas: where next for southern African mining and human rights?

Author: Khanya Mncwabe in Mail & Guardian (So. Africa)

'Mining for goodwill reaps profits', 20 Feb 2015: Africa’s top mining…executives met…at the Investing in African Mining Indaba…last week…[J]ust a few kilometres away…hundreds of civil society activists who could not afford the almost $2 000 admission...

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6 February 2015

NGO report examines the human rights impacts of southern Africa’s extractive sector

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

'Business unusual: Mining in the aftermath of Marikana - the human rights impacts of southern Africa’s extractive sector', Feb 2015: Mining is central to the economies of southern Africa…But there is so much more that this wealth-generating industry...

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14 January 2015

So. Africa: Govt. agency claims worker fatalities at mines have dropped & targets zero fatalities

Author: Allan Seccombe, Business Day (So. Africa)

Worker fatalities at mines have dropped...

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