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Campaigner against Australian-owned mine in South Africa found shot dead, reports say - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

25.3.16

Campaigner against Australian-owned mine in South Africa found shot dead, reports say - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation): A statement from the Amadiba Crisis Committee said they would "not be intimidated into submission".

Mineral Commodities' executive chairman Mark Caruso said the company was "in no way implicated in any form whatsoever in this incident".

"Statements to the contrary are simply unfounded," Mr Caruso said in a statement to the ABC.

"The company is not in a position to comment with any authority on the incident.

"Despite our own internal enquiries, we are no further informed as to any of the specific facts surrounding this incident other than what has been reported.

"This company will not engage in any activity that incites violence ... [and] will cooperate fully with any investigations into this incident."


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