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What was meant to be a Xolobeni village community engagement event by mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe, turned into a heated affair after a confrontation between human rights attorney Richard Spoor and Mantashe. Members of an anti-mining committee protested at the event but were denied entry by police.

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