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Coal Protesters on Vale's Moatize II mine on 4 October 2018. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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A shutdown at one of Vale’s mines in Mozambique’s Tete province that began a week ago still shows no sign of ending, after protesters rejected a request from a government minister to allow the mine to resume operations. The protesters, from the Nhantchere neighbourhood of the village of [...]

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Coal Vale's Moatize II coal mine and adjacent houses. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Brazilian coal miner Vale has promised to temporarily stop mining at its second Moatize mine if pollution reaches unacceptable levels in the town, but a member of Mozambique’s parliament who lives in Moatize has instead demanded the company shut the mine [...]

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Coal Vale's Moatize II coal mine and adjacent houses. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Brazilian coal miner Vale has promised to carry out this year an assessment of the environmental impact of its coal mine on the town of Moatize, where locals are complaining that detonations at the nearby open cast mine are destroying their homes and causing [...]

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Coal Vale Day 2016 at the Churchill Hyatt Regency, Portland Place, London. Photo © Matt Writtle / Vale 2016
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Brazilian mining giant Vale reported that earnings from coal “improved significantly in 2016,” following the start-up of its the Nacala Logistics Corridor and its second mine at Moatize, and a rally in the global price of coal.

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