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So. Africa: Report says lack of information makes it difficult to assess if mining companies are repairing their environmental damage

A report by the Centre for Environmental Rights says lack of adequate information has made it impossible to determine whether South African mining companies are fulfilling their legal obligations to repair and rehabilitate environmental damage that they cause. The report calls for transparency, consistency, clarity, and comparability in mining company disclosures [also refers to Atlatsa Resources, Eastern Platinum, MC Mining, Northam Platinum, Roya Bafokeng, Platinum & Wescoal Holdings]