The Bench Marks Foundation (BMF) has accused an Australian mining company’s chief executive officer of inciting violence in an area where an anti-mining activist was murdered.
The murder of Sikhosiphi ‘Bazooka’ Rhadebe is continuing to makes waves as condemnation of the killing and calls for police to find the perpetrators are taken up by different organisations.
The BMF‚ which monitors the practices of multinational corporations‚ especially in the mining industry‚ is the latest body to call for a thorough investigation into the murder. The call follows similar appeals by‚ among others‚ the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa.
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