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MCSA declares broad support for new mining charter

Minerals Council South Africa (MCSA) has welcomed the publication of the newest version of the country’s mining charter, which it broadly supports, although it says there is still room for improvement on a number of issues.

MCSA president Mxolisi Mgojo says the mining charter has perhaps struck a reasonable balance for all stakeholders

MCSA president Mxolisi Mgojo says the mining charter has perhaps struck a reasonable balance for all stakeholders

Minister of mineral resources Gwede Mantashe gazetted the new charter last week and at the time MCSA said it would take the time to review the document before it responded. After its initial review,...

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