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New blog: Mining investment, community development, natural endowments and state regulation: what is lost?
Author: Fola Adeleke, Head of research: Mandela Institute, School of Law, University of Witwatersrand
'Africa: Mining investment, community development, natural endowments and state regulation: what is lost?', 3 Mar 2015:…[C]ivil society organisations and communities have developed an Alternative Mining Indaba as a response to what has been labelled...
Author: O. Bello, A. Benkenstein, R. Chevallier, R. Harvey, L. Nongalaza & B. Siyobi, South African Institute for International Affairs
'SAIIA at 2015 Mining Indaba', 3 March 2015:…[T]he industry-led African Mining Indaba and…Civil Society…counterpart, the Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI), take place in Cape Town every February. In 2015, SAIIA…continued with its efforts to…build a...
- Related stories: Calls for inclusion & engagement as So. Africa hosts Investing in Mining Indaba
- Related in-depth areas: Extractive industries
- Related companies: Mining Indaba
Author: Khanya Mncwabe in Mail & Guardian (So. Africa)
'Mining for goodwill reaps profits', 20 Feb 2015: Africa’s top mining…executives met…at the Investing in African Mining Indaba…last week…[J]ust a few kilometres away…hundreds of civil society activists who could not afford the almost $2 000 admission...
Response by Mining Indaba: John Capel of Bench Marks Foundation in So. Africa criticises "African Mining Indaba" conference for excluding civil society
- Related in-depth areas: "Are mining profits ethically earned?" - asks John Capel about Africa's mining industry 
- This is a response from the following companies: Mining Indaba