Glencore makes announcement regarding “illegal” miner deaths on its Congolese property, after catastrophically failing to safeguard its own cobalt and copper assets

Posted by on June 27, 2019 6:14 pm
Categories: Battery Metals Cobalt Copper

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As reported by Glencore: “Kamoto Copper Company (KCC), a subsidiary of Glencore, has observed a growing presence of illegal artisanal miners throughout its industrial mining concessions in the Kolwezi area. This has led to daily intrusions onto its concession by on average 2,000 illegal artisanal miners per day. This has presented a significant risk to its employees, operating equipment and the illegal artisanal miners themselves…”

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