08 Aug 2012 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: LAWYERS INSIST ZIM LAND RULING STILL BINDING...

[caption id="attachment_3584" align="alignnone" width="300"] The Tribunal has been suspended for over a year as a result of its landmark ruling against the Robert Mugabe regime[/caption] The 2008 ruling that Zimbabwe’s land grab campaign was unlawful is still binding, despite attempts…

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16 Mar 2012 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: SADC LAPSE DEALS NIGERIA A PRIZED ACE...

The authoritarian reaction of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to a judgment handed down by the SADC Tribunal in favour of dispossessed Zimbabwean farmers could blow up in its face — and in South Africa’s in particular. SADC, probably…

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12 Mar 2012 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: CEOS MAY WIND UP IN DOCK OVER WAR CRIMES...

South African businesses operating abroad as if SA’s constitution doesn’t apply, had better beware, because it is perhaps only a matter of time before one of them finds itself in a courtroom in SA. THE International Criminal Court will hand…

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25 Aug 2011 Staff Writer
Mining will only facilitate community development with increased transparency...

With the discovery of uranium in Malawi, the IMF estimated that the export of the commodity would result in an increase in Malawi’s GDP by 10% and an increase in exports of 25%. This seems a sure path towards poverty…

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25 Aug 2011 Staff Writer
Malawi’s Karonga locals take on mining companies...

  Lilongwe – A community task-team from the northern region district of Karonga has petitioned the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment, the Department of Environmental Affairs, the Department of Mines and the Ministry of Labour for access to…

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25 Aug 2011 Staff Writer
SALC NEWS RELEASE: MALAWI’S KARONGA LOCALS TAKE ON MINING COMPANIES...

Lilongwe – A community task-team from the northern region district of Karonga has petitioned the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment, the Department of Environmental Affairs, the Department of Mines and the Ministry of Labour for access to information that…

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