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AMCU will approach ConCourt if current bid for right to strike at mines where it has a majority fails
Questions are raised about government’s approach to acid mine drainage
And, South African mining’s delicate make-or-break phase outlined
The Association of Mineworkers and Construc-tion Union (AMCU) is await- ing a Labour Appeal Court judgment on representativeness and the extension of collective bargaining agreements to minority unions by an employers’ association.
AMCU president Joseph Mathunjwa
The Department of Water and Sanitation’s existing treatment programme involving pumping acid mine drainage out of the Witwatersrand basin and then partially treating the water by neutralising it will not assist in alleviating the challenge in the long term
Federation for a Sustainable Environment CEO Mariette Liefferink
The South African mining industry’s delicate make-or-break phase has been outlined by some of the sector’s leading lights who make it clear that only give-and-gain will prevent it from losing colossal value.
Credit Suisse South Africa chairperson Rick Menell
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