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Mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe is in no mood for introspection after a bruising court judgment last week that reflects poorly on his department.

After a multiyear battle, the high court set aside fundamental elements of the 2016 mining charter. Most notably, it ruled that once a mining company has done an empowerment deal, it retains those credentials even if its black shareholders sell out...

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