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Chamber of Mines wants to restore integrity of DMR

Mike Teke, president of the Chamber of Mines, South Africa

Mike Teke, president of the Chamber of Mines, South Africa

The Chamber of Mines urgently seeks interaction with the Presidency and the ANC to discuss any material damage that the South African mining industry may suffer internationally in light of the “State of Capture” report, according to a statement released this afternoon.

Mike Teke, Chamber of Mines President pledged that the Chamber of Mines will give its full cooperation to the investigation, which may need at least 180 days. “We would submit, however, that in the intervening period urgent intervention is needed to restore the integrity of the DMR,” stated the release.

Teke, recently raised its concerns publicly about the state of governance and was joined by several civil societies in the calls for better governance.

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