Police Continues Probe into Mine Riot in Zambia
Police have vowed to continue investigations into the killing of a Chinese national at Sinazongwe's Collum Coal Mine after riots broke out.
File photo: The mine union condemned the violent act by the employees at the Collum Coal mine and has since called for the law to take its course.
Zambia: Collum Mine Still Closed
The Times of Zambia, 11 August 2012
COLLUM Coal Mine operations in Sinazongwe District will temporary remain suspended until the Government and the directors of the mine thoroughly address all pressing issues, Home ... read more »
Zambia: 12 Nabbed Over Chinese Killing
The Times of Zambia, 7 August 2012
THE Mineworkers Union of Zambia (MUZ) has said management at the Chinese owned Collum Coal Mine in Sinazongwe was in the process of increasing the salaries for its employees before ... read more »
The Times of Zambia, 6 August 2012
OPERATIONS at the Collum Coal Mine in Sinazongwe have ground to a halt following weekend rioting by miners that left one Chinese dead while another is battling for his life. read more »
Daily Maverick, 7 August 2012
A Zambian mine riot that left one Chinese manager dead and two other seriously injured is the latest in a series of unsettling incidents that are forcing China to realize its ... read more »