South Africa: Gold Miner Feels Heat of U.S. Anti-Corruption Measures

| September 12, 2013

[allAfrica]Cape Town -A 125-year-old gold mining company established by the British imperialist Cecil John Rhodes is feeling the heat of United States anti-corruption measures over a scheme to allocate black South Africans – including prominent members of the ruling African National Congress – a share of its business.

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