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ArcelorMittal charged with breaking environment laws

There are three charges against the company. Two from 2013 and one from 2016

Graves bulldozed for security fence

ArcelorMittal, charged with toxic air and water pollution, seems to have bulldozed through graves to create a perimeter fence

No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices

The company is unable to stop the emission of the pollutants and is asking for more time upgrade parts so that it can comply with the law.

Headless cats and government promises back in 2005

Government interest in the pollution claims appears to have been aroused by Constitutional Court action launched against President Thabo Mbeki

Steel giant hobbled by ball and chain ahead of crunch hearings on import protection

Amsa’s record fine for price collusion comes at a time when protection is topping the agenda.

SCA dismisses Sishen challenge

The Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled that the Sishen Iron Ore Company is the exclusive holder of a converted mining right on Sishen Mine properties.

The future is beneficiation

But the strategy to boost industry has a major stumbling block: readily available power.

Round one goes to Kumba in Sishen battle

The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that Sishen Iron Ore Company holds 100% of the mining rights over Sishen -- the country's largest iron mine.

ArcelorMittal SA deal with ICT lapses

ArcelorMittal SA has dropped its acquisition of Imperial Crown Trading for R800-million.

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