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7 Mar 2017

Mining company responses to issues raised in South African banks footprint report

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The mining companies named in Southern Africa Resource Watch's report, South African Banks Footprint in SADC Mining Projects, have responded to the concerns raised:

Lonmin re housing at Marikana, South Africa: Marikana: Lonmin defends housing plan 

AngloGold Ashanti re Geita Gold Mine, Tanzania: Tanzanian farmers displaced by mining live like refugees [includes statements by AngloGold regarding compensation provided]

Gem Diamonds re Ghaghoo mine, Botswana: Gem Diamonds declined to respond when previously asked

Glencore response re Mutanda Mining (Kolwezi),and Katanga Mining, Dem. Rep. of Congo, to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Vedanta Resources response re Konkola Copper Mines, Zambia 

Coal of Africa response to previous report re Vele mine, South Africa