[LISTEN] Chamber of Mines to give negotiations a chance

The Chamber of Mines have notified the courts that they have agreed with the Department of Mineral Resources regarding postponing the Mining Charter court bid.

Speaking to Bongani Bingwa, Tebello Chabana, from the Chamber of Mines says trust between them and the department is being restored by President Ramaphosa's negotiations request.

We want to give the negotiation process that the President has put on the table a chance. We are taking it on good faith in terms of what the President said and what he has committed to.

Tebello Chabana, Senior Executive: Public Affairs & Transformation, Chamber of Mines

READ: Chamber of Mines cries foul over new Mining Charter

President Ramaphosa announced that he will be holding discussions on the Mining Charter and resolving the impasse between government and the industry. Ramaphosa has reached an agreement with the Chamber of Mines, the National Union of Mineworkers and Solidarity to suspend the court application to review the charter.

Listen to the chamber of mines reaction to the President's suggestion.


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