Studded with Diamonds and Paved with Gold: Miners, Mining Companies and Human Rights in Southern Africa.  

Author Flynn, Laurie
Place of Publication London
Publication Name Bloomsbury
Year 1992
Language(s) English
RARE monograph which highlights the historical links between the wealth of London and the rural poverty of South Africa, and examines the safety and accident record of a mining industry where one human being dies for every ton of gold mined while the causes of preventable disasters are seldom properly probed by public inquiries. Laurie Flynn is an award-winning investigative journalist and prolific filmmaker, producing two authoritative `World In Action` documentaries on the Bhopal Disaster. 240x160mm. 358 pages. Green cloth Hardcover with illustrated dust-jacket. Silver lettering on spine. Jacket edges/corners wrinkled. Cover corners and spine edges bumped. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book in which the renowned author exposes the cruelty of the migrant labor system and the prison-like conditions of the mining compounds, is in good condition.
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