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8 September 2015

So. Africa: Study finds that many companies listed on JSE's Sustainability Index flout environmental laws

Author: Alide Dasnois, GroundUp

'Some of SA's top companies are quietly breaking the law', 8 Sep 2015: Some of the top companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange are flouting environmental laws and not telling their shareholders, according to a study by the Centre for...

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31 July 2007

Tongaat Hulett's response to death of striking worker at its Mafambisse Sugar Plantation

Author: Rosario Cumbi, Azucareira de Mozambique, Tongaat Hulett

Tongaat Hulett regrets the death of one of its employees during labour unrest...at the Mafambisse sugar factory in Mozambique...As regrettable as the incident is, it should be noted that at the time of incident the situation was under the jurisdiction...

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19 July 2007

Mozambique: Police Deny Killing Striking Worker

Author: Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique

The Mozambican police have denied that a bullet fired from a police pistol was responsible for the death of a striking worker...at the Mafambisse sugar plantation [whose main shareholder is Tongaat-Hulett Group]...[S]pokesperson for the Sofala...

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17 July 2007

Mozambique: One Dead in Strike At Sugar Plantation

Author: Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique

One person died and three others were injured...when violent clashes broke out...at the Mafambisse sugar plantation, in the central Mozambican province of Sofala, after about 4,000 seasonal workers went on strike…The workers...accused the head of the...

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17 July 2007

Mozambique: Security guards at Mafambisse sugar plantation accused of killing striking worker

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1 November 2004

Oxfam report urges reform of EU's sugar trade rules to foster development in poor countries

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1 November 2004

[PDF] full report: "A Sweeter Future? The potential for EU sugar reform to contribute to poverty reduction in southern Africa"

Author: Oxfam GB

Some countries in southern Africa, among the poorest in the world, have long-term potential to build sugar industries that contribute to poverty reduction. Their ability to fulfil this potential depends critically on the outcome of EU sugar reforms.....

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1 November 2004
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Author: Oxfam GB

África del sur, en la que se encuentran algunos de los países más pobres del mundo, tiene un enorme potencial para desarrollar industrias azucareras que le permitan combatir la pobreza a largo plazo. Su capacidad para desarrollar este potencial...

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