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DRC mining workers Mining companies in DRC warned against confining workers at mining sites

Global mining companies operating in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been accused by trade unions of violating workers’ rights in the name of the coronavirus pandemic

Amplats reinstates dismissed workers due to trade union struggle

The strike action, which had been underway since May 13, was called off after the company reinstated the dismissed workers and met all their demands.

Union moves court against dismissal of 947 workers by mining giant Amplats

The 947 workers at Amplats’ Limpopo platinum mine were dismissed after they went on an eight-day strike. The workers were protesting the company’s bid to change their contract unilaterally

Zambian activists keep a close watch on Glencore’s operations

The company has a very poor record in the country and has arbitrarily fired workers and concealed information about deaths in their mines

Activists expose Glencore’s rotten record on workers’ rights

The Anglo-Swiss mining and commodities giant has even been accused of being complicit in the murder of activists.

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