These stories provide a snapshot of our work to tackle gender equality and support women to express their voice in decisions about mining.
South Africa’s Corruption Watch is designing materials for women to encourage and enable them to contribute to discussions about mining.
This blog series explores what Transparency International Chapters are doing on the ground to strengthen community consultation processes in mining.
This paper sets out the links between community consultation and corruption during licensing for exploration, new mining projects or mine expansions.
Corruption Watch has been involved in supporting the community’s engagements with local government, demanding answers from officials.
At Corruption Watch we are working to provide important oversight over the process of approving mining rights during the pandemic. We are investigating and fixing the loopholes that enable corruption to thrive in a sector as big, powerful and impactful as mining.
Corruption Watch has produced three process maps – two that describe the process of awarding mining licences and one that describes the process of obtaining environmental authorisation to mine.
How do you move mining from an extractive industry to one that generates inclusive and sustainable economic opportunities?
This report analyses the risk of corruption in the process of awarding mining permits in South Africa.