Category: Press Statement

Southern Africa Resource Watch

Glencore et La fermerture de MUMI : un chantage ou une réaction réelle aux défis du marché?

La compagnie Swisse Glencore a annoncé la fermeture imminente pour au moins deux ans de sa mine de Mutanda Mining (MUMI) dans la province de Lualaba en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC). La raison avancée par Glencore est que la mine de Mutanda « n’est plus économiquement viable à long terme » à cause de…
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Official Statement on Silicosis and TB Class Action out of Court Settlement from Breathe Films and the Southern African Resource Watch

August 01, 2019 Breathe Films and the Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) welcome the judgement of The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg, which has approved the historic five billion rands out of court settlement agreement in the Silicosis and Tuberculosis Class Action case. The settlement is an historic and important victory towards justice for mineworkers…
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Press Release in Parallel with the Third Edition Of The Alternative Mining Indaba/DRC

The 3rd edition of the Alternative Mining Indaba of the Democratic Republic of Congo (AMI/DRC) was held in Kinshasa, at the Pullman Hotel, from 9 to 11 July 2019, on the theme “Year One of the Revised Mining Code: Application, Challenges and Opportunities”. The objective was to evaluate application of the 2018 revised Code since…
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SARW se dit préoccupé par le déploiement des militaires des FARDC à Tenke-Fungurume pour protéger les installations de TFM contre les Artisanaux

La récente décision du gouvernement de déployer les militaires pour protéger les installations de la compagnie Tenke Fungurume Mining (TFM) est dangereuse et potentiellement contre- productive.

PRESS: SARW Urges the Zambian Government not to Sell its 20% Shareholding in its Joint Venture with First Quantum Mine

This would be a mistake and a departure from what is happening elsewhere on the continent. SARW is very concerned at the news that the Zambian government is considering selling its twenty percent shares in Kansanshi mine to First Quantum Minerals. This would be a mistake and a departure from what is happening elsewhere on…
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