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19 November 2019

Zambia: Mines urged to ensure safety of workers and communities after ‘sulphur dioxide leak’ and mining plant

Author: Zambia Daily Mail

‘Mines should prioritise health, safety’ 16 November 2019...

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19 November 2019

Zambia: Minister wants tough action against mining company responsible for sulphur dioxide leak incident

Author: Lusaka Times (Zambia)

‘Mines Minister calls for action after 200 pupils were rushed to hospital after inhaling emissions from KCM’ 19 November 2019...

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19 November 2019

Zambia: Vedanta says that it has not had access to cite of ‘sulphur dioxide leak’ incident for 6 months

Author: The Mast (Zambia)

‘Vedanta concerned about sulphur dioxide leak at KCM smelter’ 17 November 2019...

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19 November 2019

Zambia: Over 200 school children and 43 miners admitted to hospital following alleged leak of sulphuric from mine

Over 200 pupils and 40 KCM employees in Chingola were rushed to hospitals after inhaling sulphuric acid which Konkola Copper Mines (‘KCM’) released from its acid plant. Reports from the scene, say the mine plant was on Thursday around 19:00 hours shut...

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6 November 2019

Zambia: Minister urges mines to take measures that ensure safety of miners

Author: Daniel Chansa, News Diggers (Zambia)

Mines shouldn’t increase production at expense of human life – Musukwa...

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29 October 2019

Zambia: Citizens petition govt. in a bid to stop controversial mining from proceeding

Author: The Mast (Zambia)

‘Thousands sign petition to stop Lower Zambezi mining’ 26  October 2019...

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29 October 2019

Zambia: Court authorises controversial mining to proceed on a technicality

Author: Lusaka Times (Zambia)

‘The High Court of Zambia Kangaluwi gives green light to mining in the Lower Zambezi’ 23 October 2019...

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29 October 2019

Zambia: Court authorises controversial mining to proceed on a technicality as citizens petition govt. to stop the mining

The High Court of Zambia has ruled that the controversial Kangaluwi open-cast copper mine project will go ahead in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National park. This was after the court dismissed the appeal against the mine on a legal technicality...

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25 October 2019

African countries increasingly considering nuclear energy to meet electricity needs

Author: Chiponda Chimbelu, Deutsche Welle

"African countries mull nuclear energy as Russia extends offers", 22 October 2019....

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15 October 2019

Africa: Sierra Leone’s cancellation of mining licence raises concerns about a resurgence of resource nationalism across the continent

Author: Henry Sanderson, Harry Dempsey & Neil Munshi, Financial Times

‘Sierra Leone mine dispute raises fears of resource nationalism’ 9 October 2019...

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