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In Good Company? Conversations around Transparency and Accountability in South Africa’s Extractive Sector

This is a collection of submitted articles around mining issues and produced by the Open Society Foundation for South Africa. It includes a chapter on the important role of coordinated and collective actions of
a diverse coalition of organisations for greater impact and influence: The coalition is king! Perspectives on the Publish What You Pay coalition model written by Carol Kiangura, PWYP East & Southern Africa Regional Coordinator.

It is a first edition of what will be an annual publication. Download your copy now.

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