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Article

9 Oct 2006

Author:
Richard Spoor Attorney in association with Abrahams Kiewitz Attorneys

[PDF] In the High Court of South Africa - Witwatersrand Local Division - In the matter between Thembekile Mankayi (Plaintiff) and AngloGold Ashanti (Defendant)

Thembekile Mankayi...hereby institutes action against [AngloGold Ashanti]...From on or about 4 January 1979 until on or about 11 September 1995 the Plaintiff was employed by the Defendant...as a mineworker...The Plaintiff was exposed to environmental conditions in the workplace that were determined, regulated and controlled by the Defendant...Throughout the period of employment the Defendant owed the Plaintiff a duty to provide a safe and healthy work environment that was not injurious to his health.

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