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1 Okt 2007

Mariaan Oliver, Mining Weekly

AngloGold Ashanti silicosis case postponed to 2008

The court case brought against South African gold-miner AngloGold Ashanti by a former employee who allegedly contracted silicosis while working underground has, yet again, been postponed. The case…had been moved to early next year, the worker Tembekile Mankayi’s lawyer, Richard Spoor, said on Monday…. AngloGold Ashanti is defending this action on the basis that avenues for compensation exist in terms of South African legislation, and that Mankayi was precluded in terms of this legislation from recovering damages from the company. [also refers to AngloAmerican]

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