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Journal of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy

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J. S. Afr. Inst. Min. Metall. vol.110 n.7 Johannesburg Jul. 2010

 

JOURNAL PAPER

 

The socio-economic aspects of mine closure and sustainable development: Literature overview and lessons for the socio-economic aspects of closure - Report 1

 

 

J. Stacey; A. Naude; M. Hermanus; P. Frankel

Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry (CSMI), Chamber of Mines Building, West Campus, University of the Witwatersrand

 

 

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1 Report 2 of 2 contains the Guidelines for socio-economic aspects forclosure, developed from this report as its base.
2 Commissioned by the Mpumalanga Department of Economic Development and Planning in 2007.
3 The Revitalisation Strategy for Dying Mining Towns within Mpumalanga, otherwise known as the 'Laduma Study'.

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