Mining community representatives protest outside court over Mining Charter
Mining Communities United in Action (Macua) is leading a protest outside the High Court in Pretoria, demanding its application be heard. The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. Picture: Mia Lindeque/EWN.
Court ruling on Mining Charter welcomed
The review hearing of the Mining Charter which was scheduled to begin on Monday has now been postponed with the High Court saying negotiations between the Presidency.
Presidency 'committed' to include affected communities in Mining Charter
The court postponed the review of the controversial charter after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced an agreement between government and unions to halt the legal battle. FILE: Mining Affected Communities United in Action (Macua) protestors outside the Mining Lekgotla at the Sandton Convention Centre, 27 August 2013.
#ANCNEC Former Treasurer General Zweli Mkhize is part of the delegation to KwaZulu-Natal where the meeting is currently underway.
Spokesman Pule Mabe says officials expect a report on the meetings soon. PP
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