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Mining industry on alert over violence on the platinum belt
Mining industry on alert over violence on the platinum belt
The recent spate of killings on North West province’s platinum belt mirrors the murders that happened before the Marikana massacre in August...
Climate of fear grips Amcu ‘rebels’
Climate of fear grips Amcu ‘rebels’
Five years after the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) became the biggest mining union on the platinum belt, its president,...
Still no justice for the victims of the Marikana massacre
Still no justice for the victims of the Marikana massacre
“We were not fighting anyone, we were sitting there to demand our right to earn a decent living wage. The police were wrong.” 
PIC can’t say no to Lonmin
PIC can’t say no to Lonmin
If the state does ever opt to own South Africa’s mines, it may have to start with Lonmin. It’s already the largest shareholder in the embattled...
Web archives open up the truth about Marikana
Web archives open up the truth about Marikana
COMMENTThe report by the Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the Marikana massacre, released in June 2015, left South Africa with more...
Lonmin could lose licence over failure to improve workers' living conditions
Lonmin could lose licence over failure to improve workers' living conditions
Government threatened to remove Lonmin’s mining licence for its failure to improve employees’ living conditions, four years after striking...
​Gupta dealings are small change
​Gupta dealings are small change
COMMENTLast month, the news broke that the department of mineral resources withheld information about the transfer of R1.5-billion from a...
Lonmin's Bapo deal 'in crisis'
Lonmin's Bapo deal 'in crisis'
Fears are growing among the Bapo ba Mogale that the investment company set up by the traditional council and Lonmin, in which the mining giant...
Big stink: How Lonmin paid R20m for just two toilets for Marikana workers
Big stink: How Lonmin paid R20m for just two toilets for Marikana workers
In a debacle that has worsened tensions within the Marikana community in North West province, platinum miner Lonmin spent more than R20‑million...
Marikana: Shame on you, lying Lonmin — houses promised to workers still not reality
Marikana: Shame on you, lying Lonmin — houses promised to workers still not reality
It should have been a devastating wake-up call. When the police opened fire on striking workers at the Marikana platinum mine on August 16 2012,...

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