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Autor/in: China Labour Bulletin
A victim’s wife is beaten and hospitalized by company security guards for asking about compensation
Autor/in: South African Press Association
The entire private sector must create plans similar to that of the mining industry to combat HIV/Aids because the government has not totally committed itself to fight the pandemic, labour consultants said on Wednesday...Last year, mining houses...
Autor/in: Fund for Peace
Over 40 representatives from extractive companies, non-governmental organizations, government and international finance institutions met last Wednesday in a confidential roundtable, chaired by representatives of the American Petroleum Institute and...
Autor/in: Business Day [South Africa]
Gold mining group Gold Fields Limited (GFI) intends extending its existing Wellness Management Programme to include Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) as a treatment option for all employees living with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome ...
- Betreffende Unternehmen: Gold Fields
Autor/in: Dow Jones
Diversified global mining giant Anglo American PLC and Khula Enterprise Finance Ltd., a Department of Trade and Industry initiative, has launched a 40 million rand fund to promote black economic empowerment in South Africa's junior mining sector.
- Betreffende Unternehmen: Anglo American
Autor/in: Conal Walsh, Observer [UK]
Mining group Anglo American is facing a multi-billion dollar lawsuit claiming that it profited from collaborating with apartheid-era South Africa. Lawyers representing thousands of victims of the racist regime are to file a legal action this week...