In workplaces across South Africa, workers get sick and injured at their jobs. This has only gotten worse throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Social movements that work with those affected by the sector’s activities believe the plan threatens indigenous people and weakens laws
60 workers were turned away by the company as the permitted capacity was exceeded. They are now stuck in overcrowded, unsanitary hostels with no way to get home
One year after the Brumadinho dam burst, nearly a million people are continuing to suffer the consequences of the carelessness of mining giant Vale.
The mining company has recovered its market value, while 93,000 people affected by dam burst will have relief payments cut in half
The province of Mendoza has been suffering from water crisis for more than 11 years and mining activities would be further aggravate the crisis
The attack took place as activists protested the crimes of mining companies at the sixth annual International Mining and Resources Conference and Expo that is currently on in Melbourne
The workers suspended their strike this week in order to facilitate a dialogue with the authorities on their demands
The mine workers are demanding a dignified collective negotiation agreement and abolition of an anti-labor reform, approved by the president in July
The inhabitants, farmers, environmentalists, provincial and regional authorities are demanding a definite termination of the mining project
In this episode, we report on protests in Rodrigues Island, the demolition of a Palestinian village by Israel, and the struggle in Peru against a mining project.
Videx, a mining products company, will withdraw the court application to stop the ongoing strike and has agreed to negotiate with workers