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Lusaka High Court stops sale of KCM mining right areas

The Lusaka High Court has granted Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) and Vedanta Resources an injunction order preventing the sale of KCM Mining Right areas by the KCM provisional liquidator – Milingo Lungu.
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Vedanta concerned with management of KCM assets

Vedanta Resources is extremely concerned about the manner in which Konkola Copper Mines’ assets are being managed in Zambia.
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Mining Indaba highlights diversity in African Mining

Mining Indaba put in place a plan to increase the number of female speakers to 25% - a target it achieved, with 89 women taking to the stage.
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Vedanta argues risk to KCM asset is immediate

Vedanta has argued in the South Gauteng High Court for an urgent interim interdict against minority KCM shareholder ZCCM and the KCM Provisional Liquidator.
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Vedanta denies media allegations in Zambia

Vedanta has responded to allegations in the Zambian media – implying Vedanta’s involvement in certain problems being experienced at KCM’s operations.

The cogs of legal process turn slowly for Vedanta

Vedanta maintains that ZCCM has chosen a route which seeks to exclude Vedanta, by having a Provisional Liquidator appointed ex-parte.
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ZCCM violated relationship says Vedanta

Vedanta says that the dispute resolution process is the best mechanism for the resolution of its dispute with ZCCM and it will provide appropriate outcomes.

Vedanta to defend KCM liquidation

Vedanta Resources has said that it “strongly opposes” both the appointment of the provisional liquidator and winding up of Konkola Copper Mines (KCM).

Vedanta’s future in Zambia hangs in the balance

Vedanta Resources has called for an urgent meeting with Zambia President Edgar Lungu over the threat to its Zambian copper assets following the filing of a seizure notification by the government earlier this week.
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Vedanta Resources confirms US$1.2 billion investment in South Africa

Vedanta has confirmed its commitment to invest an additional US$1.2 billion in South Africa following its previous investment worth US$400 million.