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13 Jul 2015

So. Africa: Women of Marikana lodge complaint relating to World Bank's investment in Lonmin citing negative social, environmental impacts

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A group of women from Marikana, assisted by the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, have lodged a complaint with the Office of the Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman in relation to the social and environmental impacts of the operations of Lonmin's Marikana mine in North West Province, South Africa. Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited Lonmin to respond to these concerns: items related to this issue, including a redacted version of the complaint and Lonmin's response, are provided below.   


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