The scratch-card lottery after which they are named was less risky than their normal day at the office, but the 'zama-zamas' certainly hit an approach shot in the Northern Cape this week. The watershed deal brokered by Deputy Mining Minister Godfrey Oliphant to recognise the Kimberley Artisanal Mineworkers is a bigger story than President Cyril Ramaphosa being invited to the G7 Summit in Quebec, Canada.
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Publish date : 2018-06-10 17:27:51