Assore has added its voice to concerns over growing community unrest which the mineral resources company is experiencing first-hand and almost daily.

“Whether it is interruption of transport for workers getting to and from the operations, blockading of roads, burning of trucks and things like that, there is heightened intensity,” said Assore CEO Charles Walters. 

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