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The case for BBBEE
Broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE), which is intended to benefit women, workers, youth, the disabled, and those living in rural areas through human resource and skills development, representation, preferential procurement and direct ownership, management and control of companies and assets, among other ways of empowerment, is considered by many to offer advantages over narrow-based black economic empowerment (BEE)

Stopping is an option
While many believe that a halt in mineral production is only a factor of whether environmental, health, safety or equipment maintenance requirements necessitate this, economic realities are also a key factor in assessing whether mining should continue.

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