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15 Oct 2013

So. Africa: Bench Marks Foundation says Lonmin has failed to live up to its CSR commitments for 10 years; company responds

Bench Marks Foundation launched the report "Coping with Unsustainability: Policy Gap 7", on 15 October 2013.  The report documents the findings of a study on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and mining that uses the case of Lonmin's CSR commitments and reporting over 10 years.  Bench Marks Foundation asserts that Lonmin has failed - throughout this period - to live up to its own social and environmental commitments and that for this reason, its licence should be suspended by South Africa's Department of Mineral Resources.

Bench Marks Foundation reports

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Lonmin to respond to:

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Lonmin response

In response, Lonmin sent the following materials: