The victory hailed by the mining industry when the high court overturned aspects of the Mining Charter could turn out to be hollow as the department of mineral resources & energy plans to change the law to ensure compliance with some of its provisions.

A period of uncertainty, which is bad for investment and job creation, is in store until the proposed amendments to the Mineral & Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) see the light of day...

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