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“Xolobeni split over mine in ‘a land of plenty’ ” – iolNews

22 April 2016

By Dineo Faku

“…Nonhle Mbuthuma of the ACC said the mine would not benefit the people. “Our strategy is to push hard so that the Department of Mineral Resources rejects the application and take the application back to Australia. Death is what the government wants. The government will either choose peace or the Australians because peace is in their hands and bloodshed is in their hands,” Mbuthuma said.

Also, the rift between the Pondo people and its Chief Lunga Baleni, the chairman of the Amadiba Traditional Authority and whom the company gave a 4X4 allegedly to fulfil his duties, runs deep.”

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