Paladin Energy

Headquarters in Australia

Paladin Energy website

 

🔎 Run a search for “Paladin Energy”

Get RSS feed of these results

All stories

Story
21 February 2014

[Doc] Malawi: Local lobby group urges relevant agencies to "urgently investigate" reported uranium spillage to allay health concerns

See full story

Article
21 February 2014

[Doc] Media Statement for Immediate Release [Malawi]

Author: Centre for Mining Policy Alternatives [Malawi]

Cempa wishes to express great shock and dismay at media reports published on 19th February, 2014 confirming that a motor vehicle contracted to carry some uranium from Kayelekera Uranium Mine in Karonga fell on its side and spilled some uranium thereby...

Read more

Company response
25 September 2013

Response by Paladin Energy: Former Paladin Energy employee's death allegedly due to uranium radiation exposure.

Read full response

Article
17 September 2013

Paladin’s Kayelekera Mine’s sacked Malawian employee dies

Author: Nyasa Times (Malawi)

A former employee for Paladin (Africa) Limited...who was sacked while on sickbed at Mwaiwathu Private Hospital after getting injured while on duty, has died...Francis Mkonda died last week Wednesday, September 11, at Mzuzu Central Hospital after...

Read more

Article
1 August 2013

Paladin Energy (PDN) reports death at its Malawi mine

Author: Stockhouse (Canada)

Paladin Energy...has suffered a workplace fatality at its Kayelekera Mine...A Malawi national employee, Khwima Phiri, died on the morning of July 30, 2013, after being struck in the chest by a light vehicle wheel he was inflating at the time. Relevant...

Read more

Article
26 July 2013

Malawi missing out on fair share of mining benefits says UN Special Rapporteur

Author: ABC

The UN's Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food says the impoverished African nation of Malawi is losing out on millions of dollars because of the tax arrangements with Australian mining company Paladin. Olivier de Schutter has told PM that poor...

Read more

Article
19 July 2013

Can oil and water mix in Malawi?

Author: IRIN

...Malawi has dabbled in mineral exploitation...[and] hopes to ramp up the sector’s contribution to GDP...But Malawi’s plans are causing tensions with neighbouring Tanzania over the disputed border in Lake Malawi, which is being explored for oil.....

Read more

Article
4 July 2013

Case profile: Paladin lawsuit (re Malawi)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuit filed in Malawi against Paladin Africa over negative impacts of uranium exploration in Karonga district.]

Read more

Article
3 July 2013

The mining boom in Malawi: implications for community development

Author: Paul Justice Kamlongera, in Oxford University Press & Community Development Journal

...[T]here has been an unprecedented increase in the number of foreign companies looking to invest in the mining sector. However, in a country where mining sector regulations are woefully inadequate...it is important to adopt approaches which ensure...

Read more

Article
17 May 2013

Australian mining companies fall short on gaining consent from the world’s Indigenous peoples: new report

Author: Oxfam Australia

The vast majority of Australian mining, oil and gas companies have no clear public commitment to gain the consent of Indigenous peoples before commencing projects on their land, according to a new report...[The] report found only one Australian company...

Read more