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16 Sep 2002

Autor*in:
Ronnie Morris, Business Report [South Africa]

Cape plc's P5.6m goes to banks, not victims [South Africa]

Poor South Africans, thousands of them ill and dying, are unlikely to see a cent from the sale of the manufacturing division of Cape plc, the British multinational they hold responsible for their asbestos-related diseases.

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Cape Plc fails to pay asbestos claimants [South Africa]

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