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Article

7 Apr 2003

Author:
Rob Rose & Julie Bain, Business Day [South Africa]

Lawsuits Force Anglo, Sasol Shares Lower [South Africa]

Government does not back the multibillion-dollar lawsuits [in U.S. courts] for apartheid reparations being brought against SA corporate giants, but will also not intervene to stop them, says Justice Minister Penuell Maduna.

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Fluor faces $1 billion claim by former South African workers alleging discrimination & repression during apartheid

Apartheid reparations lawsuits (re So. Africa)