The Mining Charter will not yet come into effect.
Implementation has been halted, pending the outcome of an application for an interdict by the Chamber of Mines.
The interdict application has been brought by the Chamber of Mines to halt the implementation of the Mining Charter pending the outcome of its application for judicial review of the Charter.— Vanessa Jacklin-Levin
If the court awards the interdict, enactment of the Charter will remain suspended until the review is completed.
If the interdict is not granted, the Mineral Resource Department may implement the Mining Charter, despite the fact that the review process would not be complete.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Partner at Dentons South Africa Vanessa Jacklin-Levin.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Through this process we see our Constitution at work.— Vanessa Jacklin-Levin
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