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Shoprite in Malawi, Swaziland and Zambia: A Report by the Bench Marks Foundation

April 1, 2009

This report produces a number of penetrating findings which are presented in such a manner as to indicate both the change imperative required to support principles of empowerment and sustainable development through corporate social responsibility, and the necessary guidance to initiate such change.

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Diamond Mining Industry on the West Coast of South Africa

January 1, 2009

the study was aimed at seeing how communities benefit from mining

Corporate Social Responsibility and the Mining Sector in Southern Africa: A Focus on Mining in Malawi, South Africa and Zambia

June 1, 2008

The research conducted by the Bench Marks Foundation on mining in Southern provides SADC governments, mining companies and local mining community stakeholders with information and guidance on issues to consider in the process of empowerment and sustainable development through corporate social responsibility. At the same time it also alerts the global world of the human rights shortfalls that are being practised in the SADC mining communities.

Corporate Social Responsibility on the Zambian Mining Industry

June 1, 2008

This report presents the different approaches to CSR in Zambia among mining companies whose activities have huge impacts on the environment. The mining related issues raised in the report include health and safety, security, education, migrant and settlement patterns, environmental management, poverty reduction, job creation, local economic development, gender and HIV/AIDS.

Review of the Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes of the Platinum, Coal, Gold and Uranium Mining Sectors in South Africa

January 1, 2008

This is a study on the mining houses in Rustenburg and looks at how they carried out their corporate social responsibility duties - how they comply with the legislative overview of black economic empowerment, their social license obligations, and how they measured up to the MMSD (Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development) framework.