South African Toxic Mine Dumps Fail Citizens, Harvard Body Says

  • Government has failed to clean up gold-mine waste: Harvard Law
  • Country has loose environmental protection during apartheid

South Africa is failing to uphold citizens’ human rights by allowing toxic waste from huge mine dumps in and around Johannesburg to seep into rivers, according to Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic.

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