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Archbishop steps into mining case [South Africa]

In a strange twist mining company Gold Fields yesterday confirmed it had been approached to meet Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Njongonkulu Ndungane to try to resolve the claims brought against it for alleged prejudice during the apartheid years. The archbishop was said to be approaching all the mining companies named in the apartheid suits, which have total possible claims of $15 billion against them, to try to resolve the matter before it reached the courts.

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Update: Lawsuit against Gold Fields, alleging workers were tortured, enslaved, exposed to toxic & radioactive materials

Apartheid Entschädigungsklagen (bez. Südafrika)