Critical Resource’s director Daniel Litvin recently appeared on the BBC’s flagship Today programme alongside Sir Mark Moody-Stuart (former chairman of Anglo American and Royal Dutch Shell) speaking about the police shootings of protesting mine workers at Lonmin’s Marikana platinum mine in South Africa. Please find the recording below:
Daniel Litvin speaks to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme about the Marikana mine tragedy by Critical-Resource
Critical Resource senior associate Rob Foulkes also was recently interviewed by the BBC World Service about resource nationalism in Africa. Please find the recording below:
Rob Foulkes speaks about resource nationalism on BBC World Service’s Newsday by Critical-Resource
On a related note Ethical Corporation recently published a briefing on indigenous peoples and the extractive sector in which Critical Resource was quoted. Please click here.