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- CER calls on Department of Mineral Resources to use statutory powers to verify status of Optimum rehabilitation funds On Saturday, 22 October 2016, the Department of Mineral Resources finally responded formally to the intensifying media speculation about the status of the Optimum Mine Rehabilitation Trust – the trust fund established to meet the legal requirement for setting aside funds to cover the cost of rehabilitating the environmental damage caused by the mining at ...
- Consolidation, Continuity or Change? EISA Dialogue Invitation The Open Society Foundation for South Africa, with the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in South Africa (EISA) would like to invite you to an open dialogue which includes two panel discussions facilitated by Ebrahim Fakir (EISA). Date: 9 September 2016 Time: 09.00 – 13.00 Venue: Townhouse Hotel RSVP: email@example.com