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Corruption thrives under Covid-19 – the story of the Balomiti community

By Mashudu MasuthaFirst published on Transparency International Australia In the North West province, just north-west of Johannesburg, stretch lucrative chrome deposits. There, a new chrome mine opened in March 2020 – right in the middle of South Africa’s hard lockdown restrictions to manage the Covid-19 pandemic. This came as a surprise to the Balomiti community Read more >

Bapo ba Mogale’s traditional governance, political interference woes

By Mashudu MasuthaFirst published on Transparency International Australia Bapo ba Mogale (Bapo Community) is a traditional community, sitting on incredibly rich platinum deposits in the North West province of South Africa. Mining in the area has a long history, stretching back to 1969 when Lonmin platinum mine opened, now owned by Sibanye Stillwater. During the Read more >