Jenkins Obara (2006) in their paper, "Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the mining industrythe risk of community dependency' discusses the interlink between companies in the mining sector and their customers and argues that inasmuch as the relationship has to be maintained, a proper mechanism has to be adopted to avoid dependence.
Mining companies role in sustainable impacts associated with mining because these are not development: the 'why' and 'how' of corporate social responsibility from a business perspective. Development Southern Africa 20(2): damages caused directly by mining.
"Corporate Social Responsibility refers to any business concerns, not only protecting its own interest such as making profit. It is protecting the interest of different groups of society such as owners, investors, consumers, employees, Government." "Corporate Social Responsibility refers to voluntary actions undertaken by cement industry to
De Beers, Botswana and the Control of a Country This research on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the extractive industry in Southern Africa is a research project of the Bench Marks Foundation in collaboration with the Peace, Principles and
The findings suggest that the CSR agenda in the mining industry in Malawi is strongly influenced by externally generated pressures such as civil society organisation activism and community expectations; although it is clear that other drivers such as public and private regulations and pressure from financial markets also played a role in ...
requirement or negotiated voluntarily in response to mining companies' commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) principles. This document describes some of the main considerations and processes regarding the development and implementation of these strategies, specifically in relation to Community Development Agreements (CDAs).
The purpose of this paper is to contribute in understanding issues related to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in SubSaharan Africa. The paper demonstrates that even though multinationals strategies participate with economic and social development, there still is much to do given environmental, social and economic expectations.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the mining industry the risk of community dependency. By Heledd Jenkins 1 and Louise Obara 2 Introduction Historically, the mining industry has taken a 'devil may care' attitude to the impacts of its operations; operating .
Sep 29, 2016· Extractive Sector Corporate Social Responsibility Counsellor Government of Canada. There has been a significant expansion of mineral exploration and mining activities into more remote and marginal regions during the past 20 years.
Jan 01, 2009· Corporate Social Responsibility in the Diamond Mining Industry on the West Coast of South Africa ... Volunteering The Business Case: The Benefits of Corporate Volunteering Programmes in Education ... Factivist — major facts and findings from new research readytoshare on social media
and their implementation of corporate social responsibility programs, (Mining Weekly June 2012). Neglecting the community has resulted in negative media reviews, which has led to strikes in the South African mining industry and also negative perceptions by stakeholders because of deteriorating social conditions related to a lack
They recognise companies whose human capital policies and forwardlooking approach to environmental and social commitment have had a positive effect on corporate governance and profitability. Anglo American came third overall with a rating of 79%, which put us at the top of the UK based companies and top in the commodities and mining sector.
Title: Situating Corporate Social Responsibility in the Africa Mining Vision: A Perspective by Antonio Pedro UNECA 1 Situating Corporate Social Responsibility in the Africa Mining Vision A Perspective by Antonio PedroUNECA 2 Objectives. Inform audience about the .
Africa], Published on: 1 September 2009 This study of corporate social responsibility in the diamond mining industry in Botswana deals with the nature of mining investment in Botswana, the conflict of interest between the government and De Beers, and the impact of mining on indigenous peoples...As long as mining houses disregard their duty to consider the interests of all stakeholders and
Corporate Ownership Control / Volume 11, Issue 4, 2014, Continued 3 311 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISCLOSURES BY SOUTH AFRICAN MINING COMPANIES: THE MARIKANA MASSACRE Mosie Constance Molate*, Marna de Klerk**, Petri Ferreira*** Abstract Following the strike at Lonmin Plc. which led to the death of 34 miners and the wounding of 78 others
Nov 30, 2012· The world business Council for Sustainable Development defines CSR as, "Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to .