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Chamber: Zwane tries to discredit mining transformation journey

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Cape Town – Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane is trying to undermine the mining sector’s credibility with regard to the progress it has made with transformation, the Chamber of Mines said.

The Chamber filed its replying affidavit in the North Gauteng High Court on Friday in response to Zwane’s answering affidavit submitted earlier this month.

The court documents pertain to the Chamber’s bid to interdict the implementation of the reviewed Mining Charter, gazetted on June 15 this year.

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