criticism on corporate social responsibility with regard to zambian mining sector

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Zambian mining

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) within the extractive industry is a relevant and contentious issue globally Issues pertaining to equality, human rights and sustainable development are

Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Zambia: A

Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Zambia: A case study of Barrick Gold Mine By WOMBA MAYONDI A thesis submitted to Victoria University of Wellington in partial fulfilment of requirements for the degree of Masters in Development Studies School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences Victoria University of Wellington 2014 3 4 Table of contents Chapter One

(PDF) Corporate Social Responsibility in the Mining

on corporate social responsibility: The r ole of governments in Europe’ (2007) Journal of Business Ethics 74 391 21 In South Africa, the government has set black economic empow erments as a

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND SOCIAL POLICY IN

This paper maps out corporate social responsibility in Zambia since 1964 and highlights its critical imperatives, under The mining conglomerates of the Roan Select Trust (RST) and the Anglo American Corporation (ACC) greatly influenced colonial social welfare policy by directly investing in human wellbeing However, a welfare system that favoured persons of European descent over other

sector (CSR) practices: Evidence from the Zambian copper

Corporate social responsibility, Zambia, Mining MNCs/SOEs, Developing countries, Civil Society, The State Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 1 On the dynamic relationship between stakeholder interaction and CSR outcomes: evidence from the Zambian copper mining sector Abstract Purpose – This paper critically explores the interactions

Corporate Social Responsibility in Mining in Southern

· Ralph Hamann and Paul Kapelus argue that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)related narratives and practices can be fruitfully assessed with reference to accountability and fairness as key criteria Brief case studies of mining in South Africa and Zambia suggest that there are still important gaps between mining companies’ CSR activities, on the one hand, and accountability and fairness

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(PDF) CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN MINING

This paper focuses on the comparison of corporate social responsibility in mining industry It compares specifi c territorial areas of two diff erent countries – one of them country that could

Political settlements, the mining industry and corporate

· In this paper I take a different approach to explore the politics of corporate social responsibility in the mining sector in Zambia, drawing on literature on ‘political settlements’ A series of highprofile books by respected authors in politics and economics on the political settlements approach, has brought ideas of the politics of development in the longuedurée to the forefront of

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Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry

· An analysis of the Social and Environmental reporting of the top 10 mining companies reveals a general trend towards the increasing sophistication of media and content However, considerable variability remains within the group that allows the companies to be broadly clustered into three simple reporting types, from the most sophisticated to the least: the mature reporters, the

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politics « Mining and CSR

The Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre have just published a working paper by yours truly on ‘Corporate social responsibility and political settlements in the mining sector in Ghana, Zambia and Peru’It’s really a first cut at some of the findings from my work in 2014 which I’m currently writing up into some papers and a book

Political settlements, the mining industry and corporate

· In this paper I take a different approach to explore the politics of corporate social responsibility in the mining sector in Zambia, drawing on literature on ‘political settlements’ A series of highprofile books by respected authors in politics and economics on the political settlements approach, has brought ideas of the politics of development in the longuedurée to the forefront of

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BOTSWANA AND ZAMBIA BY SEPO

lack of law enforcement in Zambia, a fragmented social fabric in both Botswana and Zambia, and an overall improvement in health facilities more so in Zambia than Botswana In addition, Zambia had a presence of mafia activity in the form of Jerabos and Chondos whereas Botswana had no reported evidence of mafia like activities

Zambia Is Confident In Its Mining Future: An Interview

· Zambia remains one of the top destinations across Africa for mining investment thanks to our country’s strong incentives, stability, peace and security, and rule of law

Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on Organisation

embraced corporate social responsibility without substantial increase in organization performance hence the research sought to find out the effect of CSR on organization performance This research limited itself to selected commercial banks in Kakamega that’s equity and cooperative bank A population of over 10,000 customers, the researcher picked on corporate customers of around 70

Anglo denies responsibility for Zambia lead mine

· THERE’S trouble brewing for Anglo American after the law firm that took Vedanta to court regarding community abuses in Zambia has now turned its attention to allegations of lead poisoning at the UK mining group’s now closed Kabwe mine, also in Zambia Johannesburg attorney, Mbuyisa Moleele, in collaboration with Leigh Day, a UK based human rights attorneys, said they were

Top 10 CSR Issues and Trends for the Extractives Industry

· Accountability and responsibility for social and environmental performance in the supply chain: Suppliers’ CSR performance can significantly impact the operational, reputational, and financial success of their customers There is more pressure than ever for companies to implement practices that promote transparency, avoid corruption, advance environmental sustainability, protect human rights

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS ROLE IN

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies corporations or firms conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly and beneficial to community in terms of development This article analyses the meaning of CSR based on some theories available in literature It is argued that three theories namely utilitarian, managerial and relational theories of CSR supported by

International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility

· Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder engagement in Ghana’s mining sector: a case study of Newmont Ahafo mines Even though the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been applauded for several decades, the concept of stakeholder engagement is relatively new to the Ghanaian mining sector

Water disclosure in the mining sector: An assessment of

The objective of this article is to analyze the credibility of the information disclosed by companies in this sector as well as the strategies used to justify their water performance To meet this objective, a qualitative content analysis of 58 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI; G4) reports was carried out This article demonstrates a strong propensity for mining companies to disclose

(PDF) The CSR Challenges in the Clothing Industry

· Corporate Social Responsibility has through its existence been an application which demonstrates the responsibility businesses have towards

Zambia African Economic Outlook

The mining sector accordingly is projected to grow 106% and 103% in 2012 and 2013 The construction sector has been pivotal to Zambia’s growth in recent years, accounting for some 211% of the economy in 2011 The rebound in mining activity and increased public expenditure on infrastructure are expected to boost construction, giving an average sector growth rate of 17% in 2012 and 2013

(PDF) Key Challenges Facing The Mining And Minerals

The mining of copper in Zambia provides many examples of negative interactions between mi ning, development and the environment and is used throughout this paper as a n example

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Organisational Effectiveness: An Empirical Analysis of Oil and Gas Industryin the Niger Delta, Nigeria 1Ukpabi, DC, 1Ikaba, YV, 2Enyindah, CW 1Orji, OG &3Idatoru, AR 1Marketing Department, Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori 2Business Administration and Management Department, Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori 3Accountancy Department, Rivers State

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BOARDS OF DIRECTORS IN PUBLIC ENTITIES IN ZIMBABWE by NOMUSA JANE MOYO Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Laws at the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA SUPERVISOR: PROF IRENEMARIÉ ESSER COSUPERVISOR: PROF MICHELE HAVENGA

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS ROLE IN

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies corporations or firms conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly and beneficial to community in terms of development This article analyses the meaning of CSR based on some theories available in literature It is argued that three theories namely utilitarian, managerial and relational theories of CSR supported by

The Challenges of Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has garnered significant interest for several years as Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), companies and scientific authors are involved in its promotion Numerous methodologies have been developed in order to assess the business CSR, affecting the stakeholders’ attitude The aim of this paper is to categorize the main challenges of ten methodologies

Corporate Social Responsibility and the challenges ahead

· Corporate Social Responsibility [hereinafter referred to as “CSR”] came into common use in the late 1960s and early 1970s but if we were to turn the pages of history, we would know that the

Top 10 business risks and opportunities – 2020 | EY Global

The themes of license to operate and disruption run through this year’s risks, as social responsibility and broader stakeholder demands intensify alongside the need for digital transformation, greater risk taking and innovation Top 10 business risks facing mining and metals

The Companies With the Best CSR Reputations

· Here are the companies with the best corporate social responsibility (CSR) reputations, based on a study by Reputation Institute, a private global consulting firm based in New York

Social Responsibility Journal | Emerald Insight

Although corporate social responsibility–corporate financial performance (CSRCFP) research topics have been widely investigated, previous research has yet to examine the pdf (322 KB) Facing TBL with IoT: creating value and positively impacting business processes Marina Mattera, Luana Gava The purpose of this study is to analyze how Internet of Things can contribute to the achievement of